Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has urged Nandi residents to use legal means to settle their disputes instead of taking the law in their hands. Governor Sang affirmed that all kinds of disputes whether land, family or any other disputes must be solved amicably through legal means.
Speaking during the Mashujaa Day celebrations at Chemundu, Sang cautioned the residents in disputes against fashioning their own paths to attain justice. Concerning the issue of development in the region, the Governor assured residents of Chesumei sub county that Chemundu Health Center will be elevated to become a sub county hospital adding that next year his government will allocate Kshs 3 Million in the supplementary budget to cater for the upgrade of the health center.
On the other hand, Nandi County Commissioner Mr. Olaka Kutswa decried the high prevalence and presence of illicit brews in the region, and asked the clergy, political leaders and the entire leadership of Nandi to join efforts to tame the menace. He cited the presence of illicit brews has increased across the County and that his office together with the security team is working tirelessly to make sure the issue is dealt with. He further wished this year’s KCPE and KCSE candidates success in their forthcoming examinations.