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Mandera County Government wishes to recruit competent and qualified persons to fill the following vacant positions as per the constitution of Kenya 2010 under Articles 176 and County Government Act No 17 of 2012 section 58.

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Advert - County Fiscal Strategy Paper 2019

Monday, 18 February 2019 08:20 Written by

The County Government of Mandera is in the process of preparing its 2019 County Fiscal Strategy Paper (CFSP) in line with section 117 of PFM Act 2012.

Pursuant to provisions of article 10 (2) (a), 196 (1) (b) and 210 (a) of Constitution of Kenya and section 132 of Public Finance Management, members of the public are hereby invited to give their inputs  in the CFSP as scheduled here under.

 

Date

Sub county

Venue

Time

22/02/2019

Mandera East

Sub county administrator boardroom

9am

22/02/2019

Rhamo

Sub county administrator boardroom

2: 30pm

22/02/2019

 

Banisa

Sub county administrator boardroom

9am

22/02/2019

Takaba

Sub county administrator boardroom

2: 30PM

22/02/2019

Elwak

Sub county administrator boardroom

9am

22/02/2019

Lafey

Sub county administrator boardroom

2: 30pm

23/02/2019

Kutulo

 

9am


Enforcement and Inspectorate services are now under the full command of the department of Devolved Units headed by the County Chief Officer (CCO) lawyer Yussuf Dido. The Directorate was initially under the department Conflict Management, Cohesion and Integration headed by Mr. Mohamed Harun before the change of guard today in a ceremony presided over by the County Secretary (CS) Mr. Abdinur Maalim Hussein.

While giving his remarks during the handover ceremony, the CS as the head of public service reaffirmed the commitment of his office to support the activities of the department. He however cautioned against misuse of public properties, urging the team to serve the Mandera residents with due diligence.

On his part, CCO Yussuf reiterated that his department will strengthen public participation in all county government activities with the aim of achieving the common aspiration of the people of Mandera. He further assured the county boss H.E Governor Ali Roba that he will utilize his skills and experience to perform remarkably as the head of department.

Governor Roba's administration established the Inspectorate and Enforcement Department with the main objective of ensuring successful implementation of all activities and operations and enforcements of County by-laws. It has been the strategic objective of the unit to facilitate enforcement and compliance which entailed education and awareness creation on county laws, stakeholders meeting and sensitization meeting for the general public.

The inspectorate and enforcement unit headed by Mr. Eymoy Abdullahi works closely with existing government Ministries to practically enforce the relevant laws in public health, Sanitation, Construction, revenue collection among others.

 

The County’s Ministry of Roads,Transport and Public works has embarked on the construction of Elwak-Kutayu road from earth road to all weather murram road.

The road which has remained inaccessible during rainy seasons is being constructed for the first time under Governor Roba’s administration.

While flagging off the 20KM road, the County Chief Officer for Roads and Transport Mr. Abdifatah Ogle reaffirmed the government’s commitment to fulfill its promise as clearly stipulated in H.E Governor Roba’s Manifesto. The residents welcomed the project and assured the county administration of their their full support.

Governor Roba’s administration is committed to Improving the sustainability and affordability of rural access in order to improve access to economic opportunities, health and education services.


Senior County Government officials led by the County Secretary Mr. Abdinur Maalim Hussein are gathered in Elwak town at this hour for the an intensive training program on devolving of funds to all the sub-counties.

The programme organized by the department of Finance and Accounting Services headed by CPA Alinur Mohamed in collaboration with department of Devolved Units headed by lawyer Yussuf Dido is targeting all the County Administrators and head of departments of all the 10 Devolved ministries.


The Ministry of Finance has since the inception of devolution successfully posted procurement officers and accountants in all the seven sub-counties


The Mandera Municipality earlier today issued uniforms and personal protective equipment to sanitation workers within the municipality. The personal protective equipment are aimed at welfare improvement through the mitigation of workplace hazards which pose health threats to the workers.

While the addressing the one hundred and sixty (160) workers at the Mandera Moi Stadium, the municipal manager Mr. Hassanur Adan emphasized on the need to go an extra mile in keeping the town’s sanitation exceptional, urging the team to take individual responsibility for their performance.

According to the Mr. Hassanur the municipality will in the coming financial years increase sanitation fleet and garbage collection points


The County’s department of Devolved Units has over the weekend officially launched sanitation programme in Kutulo town (Kutulo sub-county) in a well attended ceremony presided over the County Chief Officer lawyer Yussuf Dido and area MCA Hon. Mohamed Rashid Fatracho.

Governor Roba’s administration has so far engaged a total of 342 sanitation staff mostly vulnerable women selected by the locals through public participation across all the seven sub-counties.

As enshrined in Article 41 of the constitution, every person has the right to a clean and healthy environment. 


We the leaders and the people of Mandera County, realizing that our common aspirations and prosperity lies on the immediate, firm and resolute action against the threat of violent extremism, radicalization, inter-clan clashes and poverty. We have met at the Granada Hotel, Mandera Town on 22nd and 23rd October 2018 to discuss Community led Counter terrorism and deradicalisation efforts to fight violent extremism.
We hereby resolve to:
1. Adopt an inclusive approach that brings on board multi-agencies and non-state actors in preventing and addressing violent extremism.
2. To aggressively sensitize the public on the effects of violent extremism and radicalization.
3. Appreciate and promote the role of communities in providing human intelligence and on time action to deter and respond to incidents of violent extremism in Mandera.
4. Work with the national government on an all-inclusive, structured amnesty, disengagement, rehabilitation and reintegration programme in Mandera County
5. Promote the leadership of women and youth in encouraging socialization and rehabilitation programmes for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism
6. Fast track the implementation of action points in MCG CIDP and Mandera County CVE Action plan that focuses on youth empowerment and job creation
7. Work with Muslim Ullama’s’ in speaking out and promoting narratives that delegitimizes Alshabab propaganda and supports the language of peace and inclusive development.

 

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H.E. Ali Roba at the close of two day stakeholder conference on Prevention and Countering Violent Extremism (PCVE)


Today, Mandera County’s Department of Livestock in collaboration with BORESHA launched Rift Valley Fever vaccination program at the Livestock offices in Mandera town. This is after the metrological department gave notification that Mandera County will in the coming days receive above normal rainfall which may led to the outbreak of Rift Valley fever in the county.

The team led by Senior Assistant Director of Veterinary Services DR. Claudio Sortum and Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Livelihood Manager Mr. Ali Issack confirmed the availability of over 100,000 dose of vaccines which will be dispensed in 3 sub-counties of Mandera East, North and Banissa.

The exercise which is targeting sheep and goats will continue for a period of 3 weeks across the 3 sub-counties.


Earlier today H.E Governor Ali Roba issued a press statement on the ongoing two-months-long ban by the County security team on quarry activities in Mandera County. Up until now, the locals were implored to persevere the ban with the hope that it shall be lifted soon. However, it’s now two months and the County security team has not lifted the ban despite the adverse economic implications this has on the local economy.

A Lorry of quarry stones now costs KES 33,000, up from its initial price of 20,000. Even with this exorbitant price, supply is dwindling fast. This has led to cessation of construction projects in the county, leading to unnecessary loss of business by hardware shops, transporters and masons. This is due to an unreasonable and illegal ban on quarry activities in the county.

There has been terror incidents before before and it did not prompt closure of quarry sites. The Governor terms the current ban ill advised and intolerable.

Because of the mass complaints by the public, H.E Governor Ali Roba directed the local community members to resume quarry activities effective tomorrow 5th, July 2018 urging the county security team to enforce the discriminatory ban on non local quarry workers if they choose so.

“We cannot curtail the development of this county by issuing directives that are not pragmatic. If there is an attack on quarry, we cannot close quarry. If there is an attack on teachers, we cannot close schools. We should be resilient in the face of terrorism. We cannot give in” exclaimed Governor Ali Roba

He further added that it’s the responsibility of the county security committee to provide security to the public. “We can’t stop living because there are terror threats. Many attempts have been made on my life and I have not stopped living and I can’t run away. Quarry activities must be resumed” he concluded


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