The key objective of the establishment of the Sub-County offices in all six sub-counties is to enhance service delivery and bring them closer to the residents of Uasin Gishu.
The key objective of the establishment of the Sub-County offices in all six sub-counties is to enhance service delivery and bring them closer to the residents of Uasin Gishu.

Anaibkoi Locals to Access County Services Easier As Key Project Is Completed

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It is another major milestone for the County Government of Uasin Gishu after the completion of one of the key projects in the Ainabkoi Sub-County.

On Monday, the Department of Devolution, Administration, and Public Service Management officially received the newly established Ainabkoi Sub-County Office from the contractor and Department of Roads, Transport, Energy, and Public Works which has been supervising the construction works of the building.

Speaking during the afternoon ceremony, Devolution, Administration and Public Service Management County Executive Barnabas Tarus flanked by his Roads, Transport, Energy, and Public Works Counterpart Eng. Gideon Birir said that services to the locals will easily be accessible after receiving the Sub County Offices.

They appreciated the contractor for doing excellent work and delivering within the specified time frame, even as they assured that other flagship projects which are at their final stages of completion will be delivered for use on time.

Roads CECM Engineer Gideon Birir (left) hands over the key to Devolution CECM Barnabas Tarus and his team.

The key objective of the establishment of the Sub-County offices in all six sub-counties is to enhance service delivery and bring them closer to the residents of Uasin Gishu.

“I am happy and very grateful for the completion of the project, I am also very thankful for the good corporation we have had as a team during the implementation process,” said CECM Birir.

Devolution CECM Mr. Barnabas Tarus said that the contractor had done his work so well and the building will be of great service to the community. 

“The contractor has delivered, together with the technical team from the county, the building will create jobs for the locals and ensure services are brought closer. Let the staff who will work here maintain it for future generations also,” added Tarus.

Rear view of the building.

On their part, Chief Officers Julius Rotich (Roads, Transport, Energy, and Public Works) and Samuel Kiptoo (Devolution and Public Administration) thanked the contractor for the good work done within the stipulated time frame.

They asked the county staff who will work from the facility to ensure that locals feel the benefits of the facility by fully utilizing it through the delivery of quality services.

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