Governor Joseph Lenku said on Tuesday delivery of government services has improved with remarkable efficiency being observed in most sectors of public service.
Lenku said the trend has been attributed to the professionalism, and high staff morale brought about by a transparency in their recruitment.
He said the county public service board initiated a watertight recruitment process that only sees the best and qualified personnel being absorbed.
While speaking during a swearing in ceremony of a new member of the county public service board, Purity Sein, commended the county staff for their dedication.
“I have received positive reviews about their work ethics and efficiency from members of the public. I urge them to keep up the good work as my government is determined to push the devolution agenda of service delivery to the doorsteps of people in the county,” said Lenku.
He went on; “There is timeliness, rejuvenation and commitment of our staff in the county, and these are values we want to continually uphold.”
Sein, who had been nominated by the governor was successfully vetted by the county assembly committee on appointments and approved for the position of vice chair at the board.
The position had become vacant after her predecessor; Esther Somoire resigned to join politics and later was appointed health CEC member after she failed to be elected Kajiado county woman representative in parliament.