Governor Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya is holding a meeting with stakeholders and residents of Likuyani sub county to discuss development projects in the area.He said residents have the opportunity to engage him directly on development programs,share their grievances and give ideas that will transform the county.The residents will be free to tell their governor what they feel it should be done to improve themselves.
Governor Wycliffe Oparanya yesterday chaired a consultative meeting on the County Annual Development Plan for the Financial Year 2022/2023 urging Ministries to prioritize key projects that will benefit residents. Deputy Governor Prof Philip Kutima who chaired the morning session said the one year ADP focuses on the priority areas, planning and resource mobilization to the achieve the development agenda for the County.
Kakamega County Secretary Jacinta Aluoch will be arraigned in court today (Tuesday) to answer to four different counts of threatening to kill four senior county employees. The four are Dr Beatrice Sabana, the County Executive Committee Member (CECM) for Public Service and Administration, Joshua Kutekha who is an accounting officer in Governor Wycliffe Oparanya’s office, Peter Lukoye, a former Chief Officer in the department of Public Service and Administration and Michael Mukolwe, a former Transport Offic
Deputy Governor H.E Prof Philip Kutima this evening officially closed the five day financial management training for senior County officers at Golf Hotel. He urged County officials to ensure public resources are used prudently for the benefit of mwananchi. "This training is useful to each one of us to strengthen financial system in the County to curb loopholes of financial mismanagement," said Prof Kutima. He reminded the officers that in 2022 he will contest for the gubernatorial seat to continue with the legacy
The county government of kakamega has come to the rescue of Kaburengu victims.The county government released 1.1million shillings for the burial expenses and medical bills.Each of the eight bereaved families will get 85,000 while those recuperating at the hospital will get 30,000 to settle medical expenses. "Today my Government released Ksh 1,100,000 to cater for the burial expenses and medical bills for the Kaburengu accident victims.Each of the eight bereaved families will get Ksh 85,000 while each of the
Governor Dr Wycliffe Oparanya has issued a stern warning to the County staff on proper financial management. Speaking during a five day public financial management training, the Governor said each official will be held accountable for any financial mismanagement. “As a Government we work on behalf of the people and it is our mandate to manage finances properly," said Governor Oparanya. He noted that a Government is a public institution thus all public servants should be accountable for financial prudence.
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Ambesta Oparanya is set to commission in two weeks time 'big brother', a project aimed at improving security surveillance in and around the city. The CCTV surveillance cameras which will cover specifically the county government offices and the streets so as to monitor revenue collection along the streets and other key revenue streams within urban areas. The project has covered eight sites including the County Headquarters, Sahajanand Building, Kotecha Building, Public Works Offices,