Bungoma Governor Kenneth Lusaka. PHOTO/GPS

Bungoma Governor Kenneth Lusaka has confirmed 194 casual workers on a permanent basis.

In his Annual Labour Day message, while addressing Members of the Press, Lusaka recognized the role workers play to grow the economy, saying they should be motivated.

The former Senate Speaker reiterated that the 343 Vocational and Technical Training instructors (VTC) who had stagnated in the same job groups for more than five years is also under review and will be issued with promotion letters as planned in the new financial year.

“I have directed the County Public Service Board to rectify the anomaly to ensure all workers are motivated. The delay in issuance of PnP letters stagnated many of them in the same position.”

The governor called on the County workers to execute their duties diligently, assuring them that promotions will be on regular basis.

“I recognize the importance of not just having a labour force in numbers but one that is committed and motivated to drive my agenda of bringing change and prosperity to all parts of this great County”, he added.

He further affirmed that his administration is in the process of replacing the 160 ECD teachers who left the service through natural attrition to ensure that early childhood education remains key to his manifesto.

The County chief further reassured residents that the ailing Nzoia Sugar Company will soon be back on it’s feet pointing out that concerted efforts were being done by area leaders to ensure this is achieved.

Lusaka also reported that the National Government in partnership with the County Government of Bungoma is in the processing of implementing the creation of the 250 Million Industrial Park and the Low-income housing project which will be economic game changers to the region.




Wamboi Nyambura is a security expert and an ardent investigative journalist on matters human interest. A crime editor at WakajuanessLive.Com.

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