In accordance to the constitutional powers bestowed upon the County Governor by Chapter 11 of Constitution of Kenya 2010 and Section 35 of the County Government Act 2012, and in line with the ongoing restructuring of the government ministries in the county, I have found it necessary to make the following changes to the Members of the County Executive Committee...:
7 County Treasury & Economic Planning. Hon. Joel Mwangi Wamichwe
8 Trade, Tourism & Enterprise Development. Hon. Jane Putunoi
I take this opportunity to kindly request you to give full support to the new government structure as the Honourable House continues playing its worthwhile oversight role.
JOSHUA W. IRUNGU THE GOVERNOR
The ground breaking of Njoguini primary school officiated by H.E Joshua Irungu
One of the nine ambulance bought in the county. This financial year, the county is adding three more four wheel ambulances to be strategically located in seven geographical areas within the county. This is to make sure that an ambulance can be reached in 30 minutes. A fleet management and control center for ambulance will be set.
In July 2014, H.E. Joshua Irungu visited PELCO factory, one of traffic control systems manufactures in the US. The factory based in Oklahoma City produces, among other 80 products, tubes and brackets, using modern technology. The company directors expressed interest of setting up a similar plant in Kenya. The Governor welcomed the idea and assured them that Laikipia could be an ideal place to invest. The Governors’ visit was fully sponsored by the USAID. Governor Irungu chairs Natural Resources Committee in the Council of Governors in addition to being the chair of Mt. Kenya Governors.