Category: NEWS

23 Oct
By: Remmy Butia 2


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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27 May
By: Remmy Butia 1


It is an inescapable fact that young people constitute the most socially active and energetic segment of the population in Nandi. Young people are endowed with the energy and creativity; and they are our society’s most productive human resource with the greatest potential to contribute positively to County development.

Acknowledging the youth as the season of hope and the promise of great things to come, the county government of Nandi through the department of Sports, Youth Affairs and Arts has distributed welding machines as job starter tools to the youths.

Presenting the tools to beneficiaries from the three sub counties of Emgwen, Chesumei and Mosop, Nandi Deputy Governor, Dr. Yulita Cheruiyot reiterated the commitment of Tuga Tai administration to employment creation for the youths, as the focus was to alleviate poverty among the less-privileged.

The deputy governor urged the beneficiaries to justify the huge investment on them by using the tools judiciously.

She expressed confidence that the programme would serve as a good take-off point to creating a source of livelihood with the beneficiaries becoming employers of labour, leading economic growth and development of the society.

“Our administration will continue supporting policies and practices that will aid in the transformation we are witnessing among our young people, including livestock production, marketing, sports, livelihoods diversification, and knowledge management, among other programs,” said the deputy county boss.

Through the department of Youth Affairs, the government has so far presented 45 electric welding machines with a target of 100 to selected artisan youth groups in Nandi geared towards elimination of unemployment among the youth.

The selection of the beneficiaries was done at the ward offices and at the department of youth affairs offices for those youths who submitted requests for empowerment tools.

The department of youth affairs and arts is targeting one hundred youth groups to benefit from the empowerment support program.

Chief Officer Youth and Arts Nelson Ligaga urged the Ward Administrators and youth officials to monitor the usage of the tools to ensure that they are appropriately utilized.

The CO reiterated that his sector will be distributing more machines to youths from Nandi hills sub county this week and the rest of the sub counties in the coming weeks.

Sports Chief Officer Kennedy Tanui stressed that the programme was in the overall interest of the our youth and county at large.

The county government of Nandi remains determined to tackle the challenges of unemployment through various empowerment programmes.

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03 Jul
By: Evans Sirma 0

Governor Sang on Citizen TV

Focus on Nandi County, with Governor Stephen Sang #CitizenExtra



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Nandi county, the source of champions 07 Feb
By: Evans Sirma 0


In order to improve lands’ registry and document filing as well as curbing cases of lost files and title deeds, the County Government of Nandi will put up a Ardhi House that will house all the departments in Lands,Environment and Natural Resources.
The County has already identified the land on which the European Union-funded project which is being implemented by Food Agricultural Organization will be built.This will enable proper record keeping.

CEC Member Lands, Environment,Water and Natural Resources Jacob Tanui and the County Assembly Lands Committee Members visited Ardhi House Kitale to asses the best practices for implementation. #TransformingNandi.

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By: Evans Sirma 0


The County Government of Nandi provides a conducive environment to encourage active participation from citizens/public so that they can make valuable contributions to the decision making processes. Building bottom-up participatory mechanisms is a key ingredient to effective decentralization.

It’s is therefore with this in mind that every effort is being made under the leadership of the Nandi Governor H.E Stephen Sang to ensure that all the citizens in Nandi are supported, understand the venues and methods through which they can actively participate to enhance service delivery, promote accountability and good governance, for improved living standards and realization of sustainable development.

County Executive Committee members and MCAs presided over public participation fora in
Kaptel/Kamoiywo,Lelmokwo/Ngechek,Kiptuiya,Kipkaren,Kabiyet,Ndalat,Onondaga,Chapters,Kurgung/Surungai,Sangalo/Kebulonik and Kilibwoni wards.This marked the last day of the fora in the ward level with public participation in the Sub-County level set to commence next week.#TransformingNandi.

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By: Evans Sirma 0


Scottish NGO, Sight Aid International in partnership with the County Government of Nandi yesterday held a free eye medical camp at Chepkemel Health Centre, Mosop sub county where over 600 local people received various eye screening services provided at the medical camp free of charge. The team examined 315 people for eye conditions, 62 people with reading problems were provided with reading glasses and 170 people were provided with eye drops for various eye conditions, 16 people were referred to hospital with various conditions for further treatment.

Medical Camps leave a significant impact in terms of providing better healthcare in our society, especially children and women in the communities.

The eye camp gives free eye screening to people in need and provide them with the care that they need thereafter.

The CEC for Health and Sanitation Mrs. Ruth Koech who attended the eye medical camp thanked Sight Aid International “When things seemed the darkest for the people living with eye problems in this village, you have come to help us bring hope and a future. You have sponsored hundreds of reading and near-sighted glasses that have changed the lives of so many students and adults living here in Chepkemel and beyond, so we thank you and look forward for more partnerships with the county government of Nandi,” said Mrs. Koech.

Sight Aid International will today hold medical camps in Tinderet (Got Ne Lel Girls secondary school), Aldai on Wednesday (Koyo Health Centre) and Kapsabet County Referral Hospital on Thursday.

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07 Feb
By: Evans Sirma 0


Nandi County CEC for Health and Sanitation Ruth Koech has acknowledged the role played by volunteers in improving the lives of Nandi residents.

She was speaking when she toured Kapsabet County Referral Hospital where she met with a team of Kapsabet residents who volunteered to do a litter pick and bush clearing at the facility.

According to the county executive; for significant transformation to take place in the county, residents have a role to play in uplifting the standards of living.

She commended the volunteers for their endless hours that they spent working in ensuring that our hospital is clean.

“I am truly amazed by the work that you are all doing. I know that work is challenging. So I want to thank you all for volunteering to do it, and to make personal sacrifices in the name of service,” said Ruth.

On his part, the team leader Mr. Abdi Keter said, “Cleaning the county referral hospital also presents us with an opportunity to contribute back into the community and teach everyone that cleanliness is an important part of us all,” said Abdi.

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Nandi county, the source of champions 07 Feb
By: Evans Sirma 0


In a move aimed at capturing the skills endowed with the People living With Disabilities (PWDs),the County Government of Nandi will soon roll out a census program for PWDs.This will enable proper planning for necessary support as well as widening their awareness scope on different opportunities.

Today, the County Government of Nandi in partnership with Lions International and Special Olympics Kenya , we handed over visual aids to the parents and guardians of the visually-impaired children.#TransformingNandi

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Nandi county, the source of champions 25 Jan
By: Evans Sirma 0


Notice is hereby given that “There is an Ongoing registration of Suppliers and Contractors for small works at Sub county levels. Kindly submit your documents comprising of the following:
• Copy of Certificate of Incorporation/Registration.
• Copy of current Valid Tax Compliance certificate.
• Copy of County Government of Nandi business license or proof of payment for the same
• CR 12
• Copy of valid AGPO (where applicable)
• Copy of Current NCA certificate
• Copy of National I.D Card(s) for the Director(s)
All documents must Be submitted to the Respective Sub County Administrator’s Office or emailed to by 12th February 4:00pm’

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19 Jan
By: Evans Sirma 0

Permanent Secretary Lands Environment and Natural Resources, Charles Sunkuli courtesy visit to County Government

Permanent Secretary Lands Environment and Natural Resources, Charles Sunkuli today paid a visit to County Government and toured Lake Victoria Environment Management Program(LVEMP)-funded projects.
The second phase of LVEMP II is over and the team is now keen on identifying projects that are worth supporting, identifying community needs and how best to address them and also encourage public participation.
Also present during the visit were World bank officers, Shafick Hussein, Environment specialist, Oyebimpe Adeposu, Senior Operations Manager and Guoping Zhang, Senior water specialist.
Lvemp promised to continue partnering with the County Government of Nandi for livelihood improvement as well as setting up a monitoring and evaluation unit for the project progress.

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