Governor Jonathan Bii has urged the residents of Uasin Gishu County to focus on economic development as his administration is working to provide an ample environment for the growth of economic activities.

We are the people who voted for the government in place, and we all know the plans it has for the people of Kenya; there is no way we can fight against what we have already established in place,” said Governor Bii.

Speaking during the County Retirees Party, the County boss emphasized the need to work together, as he recognized their efforts in the past and the current regimes that have given the County the pride to be the champion, growing to become the city of champions, asking them to give leadership to the staff on duty and to the society and maintain integrity.

County Assembly Majority Leader, Julius Sang, praised the occasion terming it the best, noting that the assembly, is looking forward to a cordial working relationship with the executive.

County Executive for Public Service Management, Administration and Devolved Units, Elijah Koskei, expressed his gratitude to the outgoing staff for transforming the county, saying such a ceremony shall be celebrated annually to give the employees good morale for work as the department has plans to address the unfolding needs to ensure the smooth running of activities in the government.

Chief Officer for Public Service Management, Marion Birgen, pledged her support to the staff to take care of the shortcomings and create a good working environment to develop Uasin Gishu County.

122 retirees with the longest serving 43 years since 1979, were awarded the certificate of service by the County Government Of Uasin Gishu.

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