October 23, 2018

Narok Governor restructures executive committee

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By Calvin Osiemo

Embattled Narok county Governor Samuel ole Tunai has reshuffled the county executive Committee members I a bid to restructure it. The changes come after complaints were launched from members of the public in what was termed as poor service delivery by the county government. As a way to counter this challenge, the governor announced the changes which affected executives and 22 chief officials. Mr. Entoros Baari was forced to quit the office following the changes

Mr. Allan Twala was replaced from the Tourism and Wildlife docket by Nelson Ole Keshei who previously was in the Public Works, Road and Transport ministry. Morgan Siloma who served in the Lands, Housing and Urban Development took over the Public works, Roads and Transport ministry and was replaced by Mr. Twala.

The Decentralization and Disaster Management ministry is managed by Mr. Ezekiel Ronoh who previously held the Education, Sports, Culture and Social Services. The latter will now be under Mr. John Marindany.

Ms Rebecca Nkowua was moved from the ICT docket to replace Vivian Sereti at the water, Energy, Environment and natural Resources Ministry. Ms. Sereti shifted to the Health section. Finance and Economics planning head Lena Munge and her Agriculture, Livestock and fisheries counterpart Richard Birir were however not affected by t he changes. Ms. Diana Daido is the new Director Administration. She previously was the Director of Communication in the office of the Governor.

In the coming week, the governor said 90 workers will be laid off. While announcing the new developments, the Governor said he would not give laxity a chance. “My government is paying employees more than Sh 200 million per month and residents must benefit from service delivery. If you are not ready to work, just go. Public service workers must be loyal to the county government and the county governor. You can’t serve two masters.” he said. He warned his staff not to engage themselves in partisan politics

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