Incompetent county workers put on notice
02 September 2014, 19:02
Kwale - Governor Salim Mvurya has warned that incompetent of county workers in his government will not be tolerated.
Mvurya said that workers should deliver and focus on serving citizens as expected and not otherwise.
He said that county workers have a role to play in ensuring locals in the area realize the benefit of devolution through services they get from his government.
According to a statement sent to the media by his press team after meeting county transport and infrastructure workers in Kwale yesterday, Mvurya said that development of the area will be achieved through concerted efforts.
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“Everyone has to play his or her role and especially you workers do what you are supposed to be doing for this region to see and feel your presence by giving locals services,” he added.
Mvurya said that his government strategy and plan to ensure the region develops must be followed by county workers.
“We have employed new workers and also inherited workers from the defunct counties as well as those from the national government regardless of anything working together is critical for realization of development,” posed Mvurya.
The governor urged locals in the area to open up their eyes and monitor all development being carried out in the area by his government.
He said when they (locals) see any project being undertaken against heir wish they should speak out for action to be taken.
“If those supervising projects in your area are not doing what is expected tell us for action to be taken because those are your projects,” he added.
He said that his government is committed to improve all roads in the county, constructing 60 ECDE centers as well as putting up maternity wing in all health facilities for women delivery services.
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