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Busia Governor Threatens County Workers over his Legacy

Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has said that performance contract will be a deliverable tool to be replicated yearly, telling his executive to discharge their duties meticulously to enable him realise his legacy.

Speaking where he oversaw the signing of Performance Contract between the County Executive Committee Members (CECMs) and Chief Officers the Governor said much has been done by his administration, telling CECMs, Chief Officers and directors to strive and deliver on their mandates.

" It will not be business as usual. I will visit departments on a weekly basis to check on how officers are discharging their duties to the satisfaction of county residents.

Governor Sospeter Ojaamong said his Government is most stable despite teething challenges he faced as pioneer Governor.

He said there has been a lot of pressure on health workers due to the Covid-19 pandemic. "I thank doctors, clinical officers, nurses and all health workers for their dedication to the call of duty, " he said.

The Governor appealed to them to be considerate to the plight of the sick and bear with the County Government for circumstances beyond her control.

"All service providers sacrifice to ensure proper service delivery, " he said, urging the health workers to dedicate themselves for the sake of humanity.

Deputy Governor Moses Mulomi said ownership of projects is crucial, thus the need to brand all county projects; he also urged departmental heads to minimise audit queries by following the due procedure. He said that audit queries contribute to work delays.

County Assembly Speaker Bernard Wamalwa said he is convinced in the ability of the Governor's choice while appointing his Executive, telling the officers to deliver to the people of Busia County.

Public Service Management Department Executive John Mwami and Chief Officer Clementina Omoto who organised the PC event said the essence of PC is to maximise employees' potential and it's the best way of building a better workforce.

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