The State House has issued a directive aimed at improving supervision and publicity for President Uhuru Kenyatta’s legacy projects by reorganising its public communication, advertising teams and ordering ministries to make mandatory quarterly reports on the progress of projects under the Vision 2030 and Big Four agenda.
In the directive issued by Head of Public Service, Joseph Kinyua further Revealed that all public reporting channels have been collapsed into a single unit comprising the Presidential Delivery Unit and the Kenya Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat.
The directive also says that all advertisements and public communication must bear logos of Kenya’s Vision 2030, Big Four agenda, and the institution’s logo, the directive further said. This According to Kinyua aims at ensuring the implementation of Uhuru's legacy projects as all the institutions involved will be only audited quarterly by teams from the Presidency and Kenya Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariate. All the all ministries departments and agencies will submit evidence of compliance within 15 days at the end of each quarter,” he said.
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