Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja’s nominees for county executive Committee seats will be vetted on Monday 14th November 2022.
The vetting exercise will be conducted by the Nairobi County Assembly for three days at the City Hall Building.
“Section 7 of public appointments (County Assemblies Approvals) Act 2017 requires the committee to determine and notify the nominees and the general public the time and place of the approval hearings, further the Act requires the clerk to notify the nominees of time and place for the approval hearings,” the notice reads in part.
“The nominees are required to collect questionnaire forms from the office of the Clerk of the County Assembly 2nd Floor Cityhall Buildings Nairobi … between 9.00am and 5.00pm commencing on Thursday 3rd and ending Friday 4th November,2022,” it continues.
Sakaja has laid hope in his nominees saying that they have requisite values to steer his government and Nairobi forward.
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“We have, following continued consultations with the people of Nairobi, set out our priority areas to get Nairobi moving. We shall do this by creating an environment that promotes citizen engagement, and makes it easy for you to access services,” Sakaja said.
“Today, we introduce the nominees for County Executive Committee Members for Nairobi City County Government. This team of men and women have been carefully selected to meet the challenge of the responsibility before them,” he added.
The vetting exercise will be conducted by Committee on Appointments chaired by Nairobi County Assembly speaker Ken Ngo’ndi.
The committee will thereafter deliver the report to the house for consideration before swearing in of successful candidates.
By Allan Otieno