Kakamega county governor Wycliffe Oparanya has tightened his fight of development. This is in attempt to make sure that the residents get their own fare share of devolution projects. According to him, devolution has contributed greatly to transformation of Kakamega County through development projects. His Government has invested more resources on developing all parts of the County to ensure our people taste and enjoy the fruits of devolution.
The county governor of Kiambu county Hon.James Nyoro today presided over the swearing in ceremony of two new County Executive Committee members for two departments that were vacant. Eunice Macharia was sworn in as CECM for lands, housing,physical planning, municipal development and urban planning while David Waweru Wamwea will be in charge of trade, tourism, cooperatives and enterprise development.
Governor H.E Dr FCPA Wycliffe Oparanya has directed that contractors without financial capacity should not be awarded any County projects. Dr Oparanya said such contractors should keep off the projects saying most of them are delaying completion their completion. "It is very expensive to sustain projects awarded to contractors with no capacity.
Governor H.E Dr FCPA Wycliffe Oparanya has urged County Executive Committee Members (CECMs) to focus on completing existing projects before budgeting and launching new ones. Dr Oparanya said that his target was to ensure key development projects are completed before the end of his tenure and asked CECMs to work towards realising that goal. “We should direct the little resources we get towards completion of those projects that are underway instead of launching new ones,” said Governor Oparanya. He commended
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