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19 Jun
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Governor Lee Launches 2018-2022 County Integrated Development Plan

Governor Lee Kinyanjui has called on unity between the County executive and the County Assembly in the successful implementation of the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) 2018-2022.

When launching the document today, the Governor commended the conduct of the County assembly but asked the lawmakers to align their projects with the CIDP.

“I recognize the importance of the County Assembly in the implementation of the CIDP and urge them to initiate projects that are in line with this document,” the Governor said.

He noted that the CIDP would keep the County focused on the issues that are important to Nakuru residents as well as act as a guide used by the County Government, development partners and all stakeholders in the implementation of projects.

The document was guided by the Vision 2030, the National Big 4 agenda as well as the Governor’s manifesto.

The County boss also added the importance of private-public partnership in the pooling of resources that will fund the outlined projects.

“As a County, we take full cognizance of the private sector and their role in the successful implementation of the CIDP. We will engage development partners through our Resource Mobilization department that will soon be set up,” he said.

Currently, the County Government has secured 1.1 billion from World Bank on urban development and is working to be considered in the City Resilience Program.

“Additionally, we will make a deliberate effort to engage with the National Government in seeking resources to fund these projects.”

At the same time, the Governor advised county officials to be keen when making reports that show how money has been used since these reports determine the money allocated to counties.

“All County officials should be keen when compiling reports indicating the use of resources used per department to ensure there are no audit queries that will reduce the allocation to our County,” Governor Kinyanjui said.

When addressing the meeting, Economic Planning Chief Officer Mr. Kennedy Momanyi expressed confidence in the full implementation of the 2nd CIDP citing transitional challenges as the reason the first document was not fully implemented.

“In the first CIDP, the counties were forming and lacked strong structures to fully implement it. We will ride on the lessons that we have learned and ensure this time it will be different,” said Mr. Momanyi.

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14 Jun
By: NGPU 0

Drop in Centre at Menengai Social Hall for street kids to open

The Directorate of Social services will undertake to register street kids in the next two weeks so as to begin the process of their rehabilitation and the drop in center at the Menengai Social hall will be part of that very important process.

These were the remarks of the Gender, Culture, and Social services Chief Officer Madam Tumme Abduba during the celebrations to mark the International Day of the African Child. Governor Lee Kinyanjui has issued the directive which will offer a long lasting solution to the street children issue.
Those willing to go back to school will be helped by the County Government while those who want to go back home will be reunited by their families.

While taking into account the rights of these children, the Chief Officer noted that they will be treated in a dignified and professional way.
“The Boy child has faced numerous challenges in life and its high time parents, guardians, and policymakers looked into mechanisms of assisting them” She added

She also encouraged teachers to be good role models to the pupils as they hold a very important part in shaping their behavior.

Her sentiments were echoed by the Director Social services Mr.Josphat Kimemia who termed radicalization as one of the greatest challenge facing children. As part of the society, he reiterated the clarion call of responsible parenthood which will assist in taming it.
“We should not allow the dreams of the future generation to collapse. We must uphold the virtues that will shape the future generation into responsible beings.”

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