The general public is notified by the Office of the County Governor to refer to the tenders section for detailed tender documents. Deadline for application is on or before 21st November, 2018 at 12.00 noon for the EOI ‘s tenders, 28th November, 2018 and 6th December, 2018 at 12.00 noon.
The County Government of Narok through this notice, and pursuant to the provisions in the; Constitution of Kenya 2010, Section 108 of the County Government Act 2012, and the Public Finance Management Act 2012, hereby invites members of the public; private sector organization interested parties and other stakeholders, to submit their proposals for inclusion in the County Integrated Development Plan for the period 2018-2022 and the County Fiscal Strategic Paper for FY 2018/19.
Refer the attachment.
The general public is hereby informed that the official opening of the 2nd Assembly of Narok county shall take place on Thursday the 28th day of September 2017.The public is further more informed that HE the Governor will address the county Assembly on Thursday the 28th day of September 2017 at 2.30 pm. Those who wish to attend the official opening are urged to be seated by 2.00 pm .
The Narok County Assembly has been notified by the office of H.E, the Governor of Narok County of the nomination of two persons for appointment to the positions of chief officers. The two nominees are to serve in the Departments of Finance and Economic Planning and Livestock respectively. Consequently, pursuant to the provisions of Part V (Section 45(1) of the County Government Act No.17, of 2012 and the Public Appointments (County Assemblies Approval) Act, 2015, Section 7,(3) (4) , the following listed nominees to the respective offices are invited to appear before the County Assembly Committee on Appointments at the Assembly Chambers for vetting on Monday June 12th , 2017, at the times indicated.
NAME POSITION TIME
Dennis Parsoi Letiet -Chief Officer – Finance and Economic Planning 9.00 am
Everlyne Cherotich Koiyan -Chief Officer - Livestock 9.45 am
Shedd D. Simotwo,
Clerk NAROK COUNTY ASSEMBLY
Dated 5th June, 2017
NOTICE FOR A SPECIAL SITTING:
Pursuant to Standing Order No. 26 (3) of the Narok County Assembly, it is notified for the information of the Members of Narok County Assembly and the general public that a special sitting of the County Assembly shall be held in the County Assembly Chambers, Narok, on Tuesday the 11th day of April 2017 at 2.30 PM and terminating not later than midnight, for the purpose of transacting the following business: a) Approval of the Narok County Fiscal Strategy Paper 2017/18 b)Approval of the Narok County Assembly and County Executive Budget Estimates for FY 2017/ 2018 and c) Approval of the Narok Couny Appropriation Bill, 2017 Dated 10th April 2017
Jubilee party members in Narok yesterday elected a team of 20 interim officials to head the party after hours of delay and intrigue.
Two factions of the party were contesting the positions, one led by Narok Governor Samuel Tunai and the other leaning towards Narok West MP, Patrick Ntutu. The elections were delayed for hours as the Ntutu faction sought to convince Governor Tunai to agree to a backroom deal where the two leaders would draw a list of nine names each and impose the list on the county party membership.
The Ntutu faction also wanted the venue of the election to be shifted away from the previously agreed – and party headquarter sanctioned – venue at the Maasai Girls High School grounds.
The Governor, who commands the support of the majority of party members in the County, declined to sanction the backroom deal, citing the need for transparency and wider participation of Narok leaders and aspirants as required by the Jubilee party rules. The party regulations require that interim party officials should be elected by an electoral college of all seating MPs, MCAs, the Governor and the Senators and all aspirants for electoral positions who have duly registered and paid the aspirant fees.
The stalemate continued for the better part of the day as the Returning Officer, Franklin Mwendani, sought to persuade the Ntutu faction to drop its hard-line position and conduct the elections as required by party regulations.
In the end, the Returning Officer proceeded with the elections where the party members supporting Governor Tunai swept the board. 20 interim party officials were elected, six of them nominated by aspirants while the MCAs nominated 6 and the elected members of parliament nominated another six. Special interest groups, among them the disabled nominated another two officials.
211 aspirants, four members of parliament and 40 out of the 47 elected county MCAs participated in the elections.
Speaking after the elections, Governor Tunai thanked the people of Narok for holding peaceful elections and called on the new officials to serve all members impartially and ensure all contestants, whether incumbent or not, are treated equally. The Governor also reiterated his support for Jubillee and its presidential ticket of President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy president William Ruto, emphasizing that he had no plan B outside of the Jubillee party, unlike his competitors who were already murmuring of abandoning the party.