County Executives take the oath of office

MERU, October 12th, 2017---- Governor Kiraitu swore in ten new County executive committee members at the Meru County Headquarters following vetting and approval by the County Assembly. The ten executives are Daniel Kiogora M’ Inoti for Youth Affairs & Sports (Central Imenti), Prof Karwitha Kiugu for Agriculture for Livestock Development & Fisheries (Imenti North), Linner Nkirote Kailanya for Education, Technology, Gender, Culture & Social Development (Igembe South)and Julius Taitumu M’Anaiba for Roads, Transport & Energy (Igembe North) and Maingi Mugambi for Trade, Investment, Industrialization, Tourism & Cooperatives (Buuri) Others are Kiautha Ariithi for Legal Affairs, Public Service Management & Administration (South Imenti), Jeremiah Lenya M’Iringo for Land, Physical Planning, Urban Development & Public Works (Tigania West), Misheck Mutuma M’Muyuri for Water & Irrigation (Igembe Central), Edith Caroline Kagwiria Mutiga for Environment, Wildlife & Natural Resources (Imenti North) and. Eunice Kobia Nkirote for Health Services (Tigania East) Deputy governor Titus Ntuchiu who will be in charge of Finance and Economic Planning didn’t take a fresh oath of office. The new executives who took their oaths one by one, holding the bible were sworn in by a county legal officer, Irah Nkuubi, in a ceremony conducted by the chief of staff Gideon Kimathi In a brief speech, Governor Kiraitu Murungi told his new team to work to fulfill the promises given during the election campaign and tackle corruption, which was rampant in the previous regime. In his remarks, the Deputy Governor urged the new members of the executive whom he described as meticulously selected to make service delivery, fight against corruption and wastage their key priority. Senator Mithika Linturi urged the new executives to work closely with elected leaders to achieve the dream of making great. He promised to do his best at the national level in ensuring Meru gets its fair share of national resources










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