Isiolo County Executive Committee Sworn in

Isiolo Governor Dr. Mohammed Kuti on Monday called on the people of Isiolo to keep his government on toes as he disclosed that the County Executive Committee members will be put on a three year renewable contract based on performance.

Dr. Kuti said his government would not entertain any form of corruption and asked Isiolo residents to report corrupt officials to ensure his government delivers on pledges made during his campaigns.

Any public officer with intention of constructing huge storey buildings over night has no place in my government. Public funds should be properly utilized to ensure the people of Isiolo enjoy the fruits of devolution, said the governor after the swearing in of a six member County Executive Committee.

He said he expected government officers to desist from tribalism and serve all people equally besides ensuring that the youth, women and people living with disabilities get their rightful share of 30% of tenders under their dockets.

Dr. Kuti said his government will complete stalled projects such as the Isiolo modern abattoir, adding that he will give priority to those affected by the prevailing drought and the recent fire tragedy that left over a thousand people jobless.

He said the implementation of performance contracts will continue to be a deliberate strategy of turning around the performance of public service in order to achieve economic development and improved living standards.

That is why in the spirit of leading by example, you will be put on a three year contract which is renewable based on your performance, the governor told his six member County Executive Committee that had just been sworn in.

He said as part of the commitment to improve on service delivery, the officers must ensure maximum accountability and transparency in the management of public funds and resources to reflect the spirit and letter of the constitution.

Mr. Mwenda Thiribi was given Finance and Economic Planning docket while the Lands, Physical Planning, Works and Urban Development went to Mohamed Ali Sime.

Yusuf Daudi Adha will be in charge of Water, Energy, Environment and Natural Resources docket and Mohamud Abdullahi Haji Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Development.

Others are Abdinassir Ali Abduba Tourism, Trade, Cooperative and Enterprise Development department and the only woman, Ms. Josephine Kirior Eregai, a former administrator of Ngaremara ward, will head the Education, Sports, Youth, Gender and Social Services docket.

Source: Kenya News Agency