Nandi governor Stephen has issued a stern warning to the newly appointed Chief officers and heads of departments over laxity and poor service deliveries.
Sang said during his first term, he was lenient and didn’t dismiss any of his top officers, however, in his second term in office, heads would role if he detected any weaknesses in their duties.
Governor Sang spoke when he presided over the swearing-in of Ms Rose Eboso Angira as a county executive member for gender, youth and social welfare and Amos Magut as county Attorney.
Sang and presided over signing of contracts for 10 new chief officers among them Dr. Paul Sanga-Agriculture, livestock and fisheries and David Koech-Transport and infrasture, both are former MCA’s.
Others are Fredrick Kiptum-Health and sanitation, Carol Chemurgor-Tourism, Prisca Jepchirchir-Finance, , Caroline Chepchirchir-Co-operative development, Joseph Kipchumba- Education, Benjamin Kiprotich-Trade, Stephen Misoi-ICT.
Angira was the immediate senior principal of Our Lady of peace secondary school- Muhoroni in Kisumu county.
She holds BA Education from Kenyatta University and a Master in leadership and policy analysis from Moi University.
Sang had appointed Nine CECM to his cabinet and the entry of Mrs. Angira brings to 10 the number of executive members.
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