Nandi County Governor officiated the ground-breaking ceremony of the Great Rift Coffee factory at Ndonyo Ngaria in Mulango. The Governor reiterated that,rapid industrialization and value addition will spur sustainable economic growth in the county and that his government will supports such kind of investment. He congratulated our own son Dr. David Muge for this valuable investment. The Governor further pledged his support to coffee farmers by promising to enhance accessibility of subsidized coffee seedlings in order to expand the coffee production in the County.
County Government of Nandi through H.E the Governor Hon Stephen K. Sang marked their Mashujaa Day by posthoumously awarding their heroes and heroines including The Late Bishop Alexander Muge, The Late Chelagat Mutai and The late Jean Marie Seroney. They also celebrated and awarded their homemade heroes who have excelled in other various fields. Happy Mashujaa Day to all Nandi county residents and my Fellow Kenyans.
Nandi County Governor Leading a Jubilee campaigns in Saboti constituency and Trans Nzoia County. During the rallies, the Governor expressed his believe in democracy and the rule of law and said that , the people of Kenya will decide who will lead this country through the ballot.
Nandi County Governor having a meeting with officials from Food and Agricultural Organization(FAO) and Livestock PS Dr. Andrew Tuimur.The Governor highlighted that Land is Nandi County’s major resource and the County Government welcomes FAO’s support in digitizing the lands registry in the County.
The governor was glad to participate in this year’s Ndalat Gaa cross country championships. As the Source of Champions, the County Government of Nandi is investing hugely in sports. ‘The establishment of a residential sports training academy is our priority because we want to nurture and develop talents’ the Governor said.
Nandi County Governor Stephen Sang has nominated ten people to serve as county executive committee members in his cabinet
Those named on Friday include Alfred Lagat (Finance and Economic Planning), Elly Kurgat (Sports and Youth Affairs), Ruth Koech (Health and Sanitation), Hillary Koech (Transport and Infrastructure) and Jacob Tanui (Lands, Environment and Natural Resources).
Governor Sang also nominated Valentine Chumo, who contested for the Nandi Women Rep seat for the committee of Tourism, Culture and Social Welfare.
“Pursuant to article 179(2) (b) of the Kenyan constitution 2010 and Section 30(2) (d) and 35 of the County Government Act, I hereby forward the following nominees for the positions of the County Executive Committee members for statutory vetting,”read part of the letter to the County Assembly.
Mrs. Teresa Morogo, who has been serving as the County Deputy Human Resource Manager was also nominated Administration, Public Service and E-government CEC. Other nominees are Dr. Benard Lagat (Trade, Investment and Industrialization), Stanley Baliach (Education) and Wilson Kibor (Agriculture and Co-operative development).
In the nominations Governor Sang seems to have kept his word to ensure youth and women get a lion’s share of the appointments in his government.
Not a single CEC member under former Governor Cleophas Lagat was considered in the new appointments that are awaiting the county assembly’s approval.
All the 10 nominees will likely be approved with ease by the assembly owing to support that Governor Sang enjoys from the MCAs in the current House.