Mulot Boda Boda Sacco is now on its way into the league of major local investors clubs, thanks to a fundraising conducted yesterday, July 30, by Governor Samuel Tunai. The fundraiser netted over 2 million in an event that was also graced by the Deputy Governor, Everlyne Aruasa and several MCAs. The Governor also handed over 100 driving licenses to members of the group who had successfully completed a driving training course sponsored by the County Government.
CEC Health and medical services Vivian Mpetti accompanied by the two chief officers Stephen Meriki and Faith Njoki together with doctors and nurses flagging off medicines at Narok Referral Hospital. The medicines worth 53 million this quarter will be distributed to Narok Referral hospital, Kilgoris level five hospital, Lulunga district hospital, Lolgorian subdistrict hospital and other 103 rural dispensaries. The CEC encouraged the community to register their names through public health so as to receive mosquito treated nets.
Narok County is not only jazzed up by the imminent arrival to Kenya of Barack Obama but also celebrating the return home of our very own athletics star, Kumari Ole Taki, from a heroic performance in the just concluded IAAF Junior World Championship. Kumari, a young man from iltuati village of Olokurto ward, won the 1,500m Gold Medal in a record of 3.36.38. He jetted back from Cali, Colombia, yesterday and we made sure everyone at JKIA knew a son of Narok was in town. Big Up Kumari!
Narok County Governor Samuel Tunai signing an MOU with Kenya Vision 2030 delivery secretariat Ag Director general Prof Wainaina Gituro. The purpose of the MOU is to establish a unit that will coordinate the implementation of national and county government of narok flagship projects and monitor their performance
The Narok County Government had the honor to host the All African Games and Desert wheel race qualifiers for persons with disabilities. The colorful event held at the Maasai Mara University ground was graced by a number of dignitaries led by the speaker of the Narok county assembly Hon.Nicholus Olooltisati Kamwaro who was the Chief guest. The function was also attended by a number of members of county assembly led by Hon. Soila Sikawa who represents PWDs in the county assembly. Other MCAs present were Hon. Anthony Soyiantet, Hon. Henry Siololo, Hon.Benard Torome, Hon. Mercy Keiwua. The deparment of sports and social services staffs led by the C.E.C Hon. John Marindany and the two COs and Directors also attended the function which saw five paralympics drawned from various categories of sporting activities qualify to take part in the 4th edition of Desert Wheel Race to be held in Isiolo county between the 18th-22nd August 2015
Every aspect of service delivery and urbanisation are tied to infrastructure development, and specifically road networks. Today the Deputy President His Excellency William Ruto, together with the Deputy Governor, and other key leaders joined me to launch the construction of a 38km stretch of tarmac road.
Narok County marked a milestone in its infrastructure d e v e l o p m e n t with the launch of 38 KMs of tarmac roads in Narok Town. The new roads are in 4 main sections cov...ering the CBD, Lenana Estate, Majengo, Total area, the Maasai Mara University and the prison area. Investing in roads is a priority area to us. Getting Narok County well connected through good roads will improve service delivery, give rise to new market centers and open up closed areas for business and settlement. We are taking necessary steps to open up employment opportunities for youth and women. We are putting in place what has been missing for the passed 5 decades. We are moving forward!
Farmer’s stakeholder Meeting at Royal valley Hotel led by Governor Samuel Tunai, with the CEC of agriculture Richard Birir, joined by chief officers and the chairman of co-operatives .Among the issues discussed were better farm-gate prices, introduction of cold rooms and other storage facilities.
Pursuant to the Constitution of Kenya 2010 (Articles 185 (2), 186(1) and 187(2) on distribution of functions between the National Government and the County Governments Act No. 17 of 2012; the Narok County Public Service Board invites applications from suitably qualified persons to fill the following vacant positions.
Narok County Governor Samuel Tunai toured the Narok referral hospital to check the state of the hospital and its operations. On his visit, he promised to engage the relevant departments in his government to procure more facilities to improve service delivery.
This is in an effort to fulfill his promise to the wanainchi of world class health care, affordable to all.
Whilst in the tour that was viewed by many as a success, he went on to give a stern warning to employees of the county in the health department to pull up their socks and serve the citizens.
He applauded the selfless effort of the medical personnel
On 8th April 2015, Narok County Governor Samuel Tunai together with the health CS James Macharia signed a memorandum of understanding with the national government on leasing of medical equipment and other related services launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta earlier in the year.