Today, 10 new members of the county public service and county revenue board took oath of office in a ceremony presided over by the Governor.
The event took place at the executive office of the Governor and was attended by county officials, including the deputy governor, members of the county assembly and the public.
The 10 new members, who will serve a term of six years, are highly qualified individuals with extensive experience in leadership and public service.
They have been chosen to serve on the board due to their commitment to improving the lives of residents in the county and their track record of working to make a positive impact in their communities.
Speaking during the ceremony, the Governor praised the new members for their dedication to public service and expressed confidence in their ability to effectively serve the people of the county.
“I urge the new board members to execute their work with full integrity. Let’s move together in this journey of serving the people of Homa Bay,” Wanga said.
She also emphasized the important role that both public service and revenue boards plays in providing essential services to the people of Homa Bay and in making decisions that will have a lasting impact on the future of the county.
The newly elected members took the oath of office, promising to serve the people of the county with integrity, transparency, and accountability.
They expressed their excitement at the opportunity to work together with the executive to address the challenges facing the county’s public service and revenue to make a positive impact in the lives of residents.
Mr. Isaiah Okoto who spoke on behalf of the new sworn in members of the county public service board outlined the priorities for their term in office.
“We are keen to complement Governor Wanga’s service delivery agenda and we promise to work selflessly for the people of Homa Bay County,” said Okoto.
Dr. Tobias K’Onyango, the new county revenue board chair emphasized the need to address issues related to revenue resources and pledged to work closely with the executive and residents to find solutions to the challenges.
With the oath of office now taken, the new members are ready to begin their term and to serve the people of the county to the best of their abilities.