Excitement As Two More County Executive Committee Members Sworn In After Approval By Assembly

Excitement As Two More County Executive Committee Members Sworn In After Approval By Assembly
County Executive Committee Member for Education, ICT and social Services and county administration Ms Tabitha Mbiriri and public service counterpart Rose Maitai were on Friday 25/10/2018 sworn in at the County House in Nanyuki.
The oath of office was administered by the county legal advisor in a ceremony presided over by H.E Ndiritu Muriithi and graced by the deputy governor H.E John Mwaniki and the county assembly speaker Hon Waigwa Biliha and all the MCAs.
First to take the oath was Rose Maitai county administration and public service, followed by Tabitha Mbiriri who will head the Education, ICT and Social services docket. Dr. Lenai Kamario, who is out of the country, is set to take over the Health services department.
The Governor in his remarks congratulated and welcomed the new executive members to public service. He emphasized on how public service officers should commit wholeheartedly towards the serving the citizens.
The new CECMs have come at a time. There is a new trajectory and a renewed momentum with the appointment of the Public Service Board, the establishment of the LCDA and the introduction of the county operations management system, the Governor said.
The system will digitize crucial county HR and performance functions such as appraisals, filing of leaves and claims which were previously manual.
He urged all county officials present to understand and acknowledge the role of the county assembly as an oversight body charged with ensuring positive progress of county development projects.
The governor advised for a county government officers to work with facts from available data pointing out that the 2018 statistical abstract would be ready by February next year.
The Deputy Governor commended the new appointments congratulating the appointees and applauding the Governor and the assembly for promoting gender equality by approving two women out of the three appointees which will translate to a greater gender balance in the Executive committee.
The Speaker wished the new entrants a fruitful entry into the service of the people of Laikipia urging them to be result and goal oriented in their service and expressed the hope that the government will run more smoothly now that all dockets are filled up. He further communicated the high expectations that the people of the County have on the appointees. Finally, the speaker communicated the role that the assembly is playing in reviewing laws and policies to enable advancement of stalled flagship projects.
The ceremony was also graced by a few members of the county assembly, heads of various county departments among other senior government officials.

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