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10 Aug
By: CGK 0 4

GOVERNOR’S FIRST ANNUAL REPORT CARD

County Government of Kajiado through the office of H.E the Governor invites all Kajiado residents on 17th August 2018 from 9:00a.m-1:00pm to the first Governor’s annual report card.

The event will be held at Isinya Vocational Training Institute in Isinya Town, Kajiado.

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20 Jul
By: Kajiado County 0 5

Validation of Plots within Kajiado South and East

Pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution of Kenya, County Governments Act (2012), the Physical Planning Act (Cap 286),the Urban Areas and Cities Act (2011) and other relevant statutes, the County Government of Kajiado is currently updating its records regarding plot ownership in urban areas within its jurisdiction through a validation exercise.

The County Government of Kajiado and National Land Commission wishes to NOTIFY ALL PLOT OWNERS that the validation exercise will be carried out in the following trading centres as per the schedule bellow: Download the document here for full details

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27 Jun
By: CGK 0 4

ETHICS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION REPORT

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, EACC in its report has singled out the revenue collection system in Kajiado as the major contributor towards wanton corruption cases in the County.

The use of casual workers in collection of revenue exposes them to public coffers which most often than not they do not account for.

Speaking in Kajiado town today while launching a corruption risk assessment report, EACC Commissioner Dabar Abdi Maalim said since the onset of devolution there has been notable progress to report though a lot still needs to be done to seal corruption loopholes.

He admitted that the county revenue collection system has been a major worry that the Kajiado County Government had managed to put measures to address by placing county staff rather than casuals to man revenue collection points.

He lauded the efforts made by the county administration in initiating the implementation plans outlined by the draft report EACC had presented earlier.

“We will be following closely to see if the recommendations are followed to the latter and we expect to get feedback in the next one month,” Abdi remarked.

He further noted the irregular use of IFMIS authorization credentials by County staff as another loophole for corruption in the County.

On matters Human resource, the commissioner recommended that job descriptions for county staff be redefined for the proper placement of officers in their correct jobs.

Present at the launch was the Deputy Governor Martin Moshisho who welcomed the timely report together with its recommendations adding that the government was ready to act on the highlighted areas.

He intimated that over the next one month, the implementation plan will target key areas of Revenue collection, procurement and human resource as a way of streamlining government operations.

Moshisho said H.E. Joseph Ole Lenku had made it his undertaking to rid the county of corruption and the report by a he EACC would serve as a road map in this endeavor.

“We are committed to automate revenue collections because If we have a weak revenue collection system we will lose a lot of money as a county,” he warned.

Hon. Moshisho admitted that the IFMIS system has had technical challenges and called upon treasury and other stakeholders to reinforce the security options on the application.

 

“We inherited some operational challenges on staffing from the defunct local authority and we need more capacity building so that they can fit in their job descriptions and their roles,” he said.

The EACC has committed itself to champion the fight against corruption by leading from the front in streamlining work processes in Counties in line with the National Government’s resolve to rid the country of corruption as spearheaded by the president and his deputy.

 

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29 May
By: CGK 0 3

MADARAKA DAY CELEBRATION

H.E Governor Joseph Ole Lenku cordially invites you for the 55th Madaraka Day celebrations to be held on 1st June,2018 at KCB grounds,Kajiado Town from 9 :00a.m

 

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09 Feb
By: Kajiado County 0 0

WHITE SMOKE AT LAST

The Kenya Wildlife Service(KWS) has finally yielded to pressure from the Governor to compensate all pending cases of wildlife conflict.

The Governor today hammered an agreement with KWS to compensate at least 30 deaths and several others on permanent injuries. (more…)

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08 Feb
By: CGK 0 0

UPGRADE PLAN FOR THE NAIROBI-MOMBASA HIGHWAY

Kajiado County will benefit from water pans and boreholes in the upcoming upgrade of the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway.

Kajiado Governor Joseph Ole Lenku ,Roads and Infrastructure CEC member Alex Kilouwa have engaged with the Kenya National Highway Authority (KenHa) on how the construction of the expressway will benefit Kajiado residents.

The meeting between the Governor and the KenHa officials held today at his office discussed  on an action plan drawn to ensure compliance with the Social and Environmental Impact Assessment report.

Key agendas include:
√ Compensation for loss of land and Resettlement policy
√ Resources utilization and compensation
√ Economic opportunities and survival of the towns along the highway.
√ Corporate Social Responsibility plan
√ Employment opportunities for locals as well as Subcontracts.
√ Public Participation for all stakeholders.

The contractor, Bechtel Corporation, will also offer technical training of local labor as well as skill development for their suppliers.

The express highway will avoid towns along its trajectory but all the towns will have link-ways to the highway, ensuring quick movement of goods and services.

During the consultative meeting

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