Governor Sang reshuffles cabinet to boost service delivery.

Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has today reshuffled his cabinet in what he said it is a move aimed at ensuring  efficiency in his administration.

In the changes announced on Monday at a press conference in his office, Governor Sang said his government was keen in making sure that there is effectiveness and efficiency in service delivery to the residents of all parts of the county.

He announced that CEC member Trade, Investment and Industrialization  Dr. Kiplimo Lagat has been moved to Agriculture and Cooperative development and replaced with Mr. Jacob Tanui who was in charge of  Lands, Environment and Natural resources.

CEC member for Education and Vocational Training Mr. Stanley Baliach now heads Lands, Environment and Natural Resources.

CEC member Agriculture and cooperative development Mr. Wilson Taiy replaced CEC member Tourism, culture and social welfare Mrs. Valentine Chumo who was moved to Education and Vocational Training.

Those who were not affected by the realignment which takes effect immediately were: Alfred Lagat(Finance and Economic Planning), Teresa Morogo(Administration, Public Service and e-Government), Elly Kurgat(Sports and Youth Affairs), Ruth Koech(Health and Sanitation) and Eng. Hillary Koech(Transport and Infrastructure).

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Governor Sang also announced changes of Chief Officers (COs). The reshuffle of Chief officers saw  CO Finance Mr. Mohamed Feisal moved to Department of Trade and replaced by CO Meshack Malakwen.

Dr. Rose Jepleting was moved o Industrialization and Enterprise Development while CO Agriculture  Dr. Benadatte Tiony was moved to Cooperative development.

Daniel Sang will now take over as the CO in charge of Basic Education.

Governor Sang also asked the Public Service Board to create a new position of Chief Officer Vocational Training.

One thought on “Governor Sang reshuffles cabinet to boost service delivery.

  • September 17, 2018 at 3:52 pm
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    How I wish governor sang could see the deep rooted corruption in his county ….
    While doing the resuffle thing twice ….you pose and say there is no employment currently in the county …but we are suprised
    Psb and Director of health offices should be investigated …….

    Otherwise there is no service delivery even if you resuffle 100times

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