Trans Nzoia Governor Inspects Progress on Ultra-Modern County Assembly Building.

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Trans Nzoia Governor George Natembeya, accompanied by Assembly Speaker Andrew Wanyonyi and Clerk CS Moses Wanjala Lupao, conducted a comprehensive inspection of the ongoing construction of the county’s ultra-modern Assembly building on Tuesday.

Governor Natembeya expressed satisfaction with the project’s progress, praising the collaboration between contractors and the Assembly’s management team.

The inspection underscores the County Government’s commitment to providing a modern and conducive work environment for the county assembly members and staff.

The tour included stopovers at the completed Matisi and Chersng’any Suwerwa ward representative offices. Governor Natembeya also inspected the construction of the County Speaker’s residence and the Assembly Centre building.

Ward representatives Andrew Kutitila (Sikhendu), Emily Rono (Makutano), Peter Chakali (Chepchoina), and Barbra Kisuya (Nominated) accompanied the Governor during the inspection.

Several County Executive Committee members (CECs) were also present, including Sam Ojwang (Water, Environment, Climate Change and Natural Resources), Bonface Wanyonyi (Finance and Economic Planning), Janerose Mutama (Lands and Urban Planning), Patrick Gacheru (Trade and Industrialization), Charles Wabwoba (County Attorney). Chief of Staff Dickson Wamocho and the Governor’s P.A. Emmanuel Wamalwa rounded out the delegation.

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