Message from the Governor
Governor Lee Kinyanjui is passionate about community development and good governance for sustainable growth. He has promised to fix systemic failures that have hindered Nakuru County from realizing its potential.
He has committed to fight corruption; increase absorption rate of development funds by curbing wastage of public funds through the high recurrent expenditures so as to free more funds for development activities; equal distribution of resources in the entire county to foster equality in development as well as exploitation of the existing opportunities to improve the quality of lives for the Nakuru County people.
His vision is to make Nakuru County a model county for development as Nakuru is the heart and soul of the nation.
While doing this, Governor Kinyanjui intends to foster peaceful coexistence of the many diverse ethnic communities that have lived together for many years in the county.
Governor Kinyanjui’s main agenda for Nakuru County include:
1.) Restoring the glory of Nakuru as a model for devolution and peaceful coexistence among the different stakeholders and communities
2.) Initiating and upgrading of infrastructure in roads, water and schools to uplift living standards
3.)Introducing industries in value addition to create wealth and employment for residents
4.)Ensuring equitable distribution of resources and tackle rampant corruption and misuse of public resources
About the Governor
H.E Hon Governor Lee Kinyanjui is a graduate of Kenyatta University and University of Nairobi. He is a holder a Masters Degree in Business Administration and Masters in International Relations.
He worked in the private sector for over 10 years before joining politics and was elected MP for Nakuru Town in 2007.
During his tenure as an MP, Mr. Kinyanjui also served as an Assistant Minister for Roads in the grand coalition government between 2008 and 2013 and it is during this time when Nakuru Town was ranked as the fastest growing town in East and Central Africa by UN Habitat.
In September 2013, President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed Mr. Kinyanjui as the Chairman National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA). After a stint of three years at the helm of NTSA, he left to vie for Nakuru governorship and captured the seat in the August 8, 2017 General Election.