110 M for paid internship program
The County Gorvernment of Uasin Gishu has committed a total of kes 110 Million for paying the first set of interns recruited by the administration.
Speaking to the third group of interns in Chebororwa ATC, Uasin Gishu County Governor H.E Hon Jackson Mandago said that the investment is not in vain adding that this was the only way of building this Country's future.
He challenged the interns to observe the laid down procedures in their respective organizations citing lateness as one of the vices that will not be condoned.
The County boss said that the administration will recover all the monies paid to interns who will misuse the opportunity adding that the County have asked the organizations to report to any cases of misbehavior.
“What stands between you and your success is the training we have given you." Added Mandago.
The tough talking Governor urged the interns to be patient, concentrate and learn as much as they can during the paid internship.
The CECM for Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Sports and Social Services, Mr. Joseph Kurgat emphasized the need for the interns to deliver Services efficiently and effectively.
Other Government officials present were Mr. Joseph Tanui Chairman CPSB, Mr. Henry Mukolwe Ag CO Youth and Mr. Joseph Keroney Moiben Sub- County Administrator.