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Follow Up Meeting With Select County Staff Over The Recently Released Staff Audit Report

On the 23rd of January, 2024, Governor Patrick Keturet Ole Ntutu held a meeeting with the 535 staff who did not present all their documents during the human resource and payroll audit exercise that was conducted by the county government in May last year. The meeting provided an opportunity for His Excellency the Governor to meet, engage and deliberate with the affected staff on the next course of action.
The County Government of Narok rolled out the human resource and payroll audit exercise with an aim of streamlining its human resource function. Over 310 staff members presented themselves for the exercise.
Tasked with implementing the recommendations forwarded in the report is a seven – member joint committee, chaired by the County Secretary Maiyani Tuya. Other members include: Hon. Josephine Ngeno – CECM Administration, Decentralized Services and Disaster Management; Allan Meingati – County Attorney; Stanley koros – Commissioner Narok County Public Service Board; Paul Karbuali – Chief Officer Public Service Management; Alex Lesaloi – Payroll Manager; and Brian Rotich – Commissioner Narok County Public Service Board
Members of the secretarat include: John Nkamasiai -Assistant Director Human Resource Management; Vivian Nkoitoi – Principal Human Resource Officer and Faith Yiamat – Chief Human Resource Officer.
Through this exercise, the county government in aligning it’s human resource with its functions and mandate for efficient service delivery to the people of Narok County.

County Government Of Narok Ranked Second Runners Up In Remittance Of Deductions By County Pension Fund

Narok County Government received a trophy from the County Pension Fund (CPF) for being among the best counties nationwide in remittance of deductions and processing of retirees pensions and benefits of officers for the financial year 2022/23.
The County Pension Fund (CPF) is a contributory retirement benefits scheme for County employees where both the employee and the employer contribute for the benefit of the employee.

Governor Ntutu Issues Certificates Of Service To 143 Retirees

His Excellency Governor Patrick Keturet Ole Ntutu issued certificates of service to 143 retirees.
He appreciated the retirees for dedicating their lives to the service of the people of Narok County and wished them all the best in their next endeavors. The Governor also urged the officers who are still in service to emulate the diligence with which the retirees conducted their duties and to offer quality and timely services for the overall growth and development of Narok county.

The Narok County 2023/2024 Bursary Disbursement Exercise Kicks-Off In Earnest

On the 17th of January, 2024, His Excellency Governor, Patrick Keturet Ole Ntutu led Narok county leadership in launching the 2023/2024 bursary program at the County Headquarters.
This year’s disbursement, totaling Kshs. 400 Million, marks the largest bursary advance since the advent of devolution and will significantly contribute to supporting the education of over 47,000 students, both in Secondary schools and tertiary institutions.
For this year’s disbursement, the County Government has digitized the distribution process through the Bursary Management Information System (BMIS) to ensure efficiency and timely allocation of funds to the students. As a result, parents and guardians will receive an SMS on their phones indicating the amount disbursed in favour of their children and the school the money has been disbursed to. The SMS will also contain the name of the student and their admission or registration numbers.
The County Government of Narok has also increased the number of students on full scholarship from 500 beneficiaries last year to the current 1,700 beneficiaries.
In his remarks, Governor Ntutu expressed his gratitude to I&M Bank for partnering with Narok County in rolling out the Bursary Management Information System, the members of the bursary committees at the ward levels for their diligent efforts in ensuring the successful listing of deserving students in their areas of jurisdiction as well as both arms of the County Government for their unwavering support.

Narok County Aggregation and Industrial Park Groundbreaking
Narok County Aggregation and Industrial Park Groundbreaking

Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu and Honorable Moses Kuria, Cabinet Secretary for Investment, Trade, and Industry, unite for the groundbreaking of the CAIP(County Aggregation and Industrial Park) at Limanet Grounds in Narok Town. With this visionary project, Narok County strides towards self-sufficiency, processing, and packaging our own products locally. This initiative not only creates jobs for our skilled and unskilled youth but also fulfills the vision of His Excellency President Dr. William Samoei Ruto’s BETA, driving a bottom-up economic transformation agenda.
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Groundbreaking of TVET facility at Oloserian Secondary School

His Excellency Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu leads the commissioning of a groundbreaking TVET facility at Oloserian Secondary School, Olokurto Ward. A trailblazing endeavor, this marks the dawn of a new era in education for Narok North Sub-County, where innovation and skill development converge to shape limitless futures.

Limanet Slaughterhouse Water Project
The Limanet Slaughterhouse Water Project

On September 4, 2023, Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu officially commissioned the Limanet Slaughterhouse water supply project and modern washrooms. These crucial developments align with Narok Town Ward’s early-year initiatives, as outlined in the County Integrated Development Plan.

Governor Ntutu’s proactive approach resulted in the implementation of essential projects, including the water project and modern washrooms. The additional water troughs from this facility will provide free livestock water access for Limanet residents.

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Commissioning of 4KM Road linking Sitotwet Junction to Pri School

Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu inaugurates the 4km road linking Sitotwet Junction to Sitotwet Primary School in Sagamian Ward, Narok South. This milestone marks the beginning of a transformative journey for the people of Sagamian, known for its agricultural prowess. With 26 kilometers of roads slated for commissioning in the ward, the new road network promises seamless transport for farmers. This ensures their produce reaches markets promptly, reducing losses, and fueling economic growth. Beyond enhancing accessibility for Sitotwet Primary School pupils, this initiative paves the way for a thriving local economy, fostering prosperity and progress.