Month: October 2019

26 Oct
By: Remmy Butia 1 0

NANDI GOVERNORS’ VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT KICKS OFF

NANDI GOVERNORS’ VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT KICKS OFF

The 2019 Nandi County Governors’ Cup volleyball tournament served off Saturday morning at the Kapsabet showgrounds in Kapsabet Ward, Emgwen Sub County and was officially opened by Nandi Deputy Governor Dr. Yulita Cheruiyot. The tournament, sponsored by the County Government of Nandi and Kenya Volleyball Federation attracted more than 50 teams, both men and women in different categories.

According to the deputy county boss, the County Government of Nandi will continue partnering with other organizations to nature talents of the young people as a perfect way of engaging them to integrate and live harmoniously.

Draws were conducted this morning to determine the pools and fixtures for the two-day tournament.

SELF SUPPORTING MEN CATEGORY

POOL A

1. KABIYET
2. MOSOP
3. RIFT VALLEY
4. SCORPION
5. AFRAHA

POOL B

1. GREEN FARMERS
2. ALDAI
3. TINDERET
4. MAJI SAFI
5. ICIPU

POOL C

1. THINGITHU
2. EMNGWEN
3. KIPKAREN
4. BRIGHT SHINNERS
5. HURUMA

POOL D

1. CHESUMEI
2. KAPTEL
3. NANDI HILLS
4. KAPLONG
5. NAIROBI CENTRE

SELF SUPPORTING WOMEN CATEGORY

POOL A

1. SKY HAWK
2. ELDORET LADIES
3. KERICHO LADIES

POOL B

1. HURUMA
2. KIMUMO
3. JUJA

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES CATEGORY
BOYS

POOL A

1. LELMOKWO B
2. KABIYET
3. USIU
4. JKUAT
5. BARATON

POOL B

1. LELMOKWO A
2. BARINGO TECHNICAL
3. TUK
4. CHEPTIL

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES CATEGORY
GIRLS

POOL A

1. ST. AUGUSTINE
2. CHEPTIL
3. STRATHMORE UNIVERSITY

POOL B

1. SOIN
2. KOSIRAI
3. JKUAT

SENIOR WOMEN CATEGORY

1. KCB A VS KCB B
2. KPC VS PRISONS K

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23 Oct
By: Remmy Butia 2 1

NANDI MCAs APPROVE GOVERNOR SANG’S NOMINEES

The Nandi County Assembly has approved names of the nominees for the positions of the County Secretary, County Executives for Education & Vocational Training, Transport & Infrastructure, and Lands, Environment, Natural Resources & Sanitation.

The Appointments Committee, chaired by the Speaker, Hon. Joshua Kiptoo, had vetted the top county officers then retreated for report writing.

The report on vetting was on Wednesday afternoon tabled in the House for deliberation and after a lengthy debate on the report, the house unanimously adopted the report which recommended the appointment of the officers.

Top in the list is the County Secretary Dr. Francis Kipkemboi Sang who has been in acting capacity for the past two years and previously was a member of the County Public Service Board, CECM for Education Grace Jepchirchir Sugut who was the Chief Officer for Public Service. She was previously a member of the County Public Service. CECM for Transport and Infrastructure Engineer Drice Kibet Rono, CECM for Lands, Environment and Natural Resources, Water and Sanitation Dr. Philemon Kiptoo Bureti who until his appointment was the Director for Health Administration, Operations and Planning.

The MCAs after endorsing the report, said the vetting was thorough and that all the nominees satisfy the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution of Kenya on Leadership and Integrity.

This now paves way for the swearing in ceremony for the nominees that is slated to take place anytime from next week.

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