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The Governor

 

All Leaders Present

Invited Guests

My fellow Citizens

Ladies and Gentlemen;

It is with great appreciation to the Almighty God as I join you to mark the 8th (eight) Anniversary of Mashujaa Day since the promulgation of the new Constitution, the 5th  (fifth) since the advent of devolution and the

54thsince the birth of our nation in 1963.

Mashujaa Day is a day set aside to recognize, honour and commemorate the great heroes and heroines; gallant men and women both alive and those who have gone before us, whom through their patriotism contributed immensely to our sovereignty and the freedoms which we enjoy today.

Today  we   celebrate  our  leaders,  tireless  farmers,  teachers,

businessmen, our workforce in the civil service, our men and women in uniform, and everyone whose hard work and efforts not only to feed, clothe, and house their families but also ensure that their children go to school.

We recognize our heroes and heroines: - sports men and women, those in Academia and business young and old who continue to put our County on the globe.

Allow me to mention a few personalities who have made to the

national and international limelight in the recent past. First is H.E. Hon. Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi, Second President of the Republic of Kenya, a great leader, visionary and legendry in all aspects. I wish to congratulate Mr. Paul Tergat who braved tight competition to emerge the Chairman National Olympics of Kenya(NOCK) and also for his past stellar performance in the cross country(global winner 5 times, world marathon record holder 2003, twice Olympic silver medalist and many more accolades)


Others include Lawrence Cherono from Barwesa the immediate winner of Amsterdam marathon last weekend(15th October 2017) and also his siblings Luka and Benson Cherono for their athletic prowess in the past.

We also have Mathew Birir from Eldama Ravine Gold medalist in steeple chase (Barcelona 92'), marathoners Mary Keitany from Kisok Baringo Central, Richard Kimutai-Barwesa, Ishmael Kombich-Kisanana Mogotio, Richard Kimunyan-Mochongoi BS the world youth champion in track, together with  Norah Jeruto, Daisy Jepkemei both from Eldama Ravine. The youth have put our county in the world arena too.

I wish to mention Poror Mote Football Club in Eldama Ravine and Umoja FC from Kabarnet for qualifying to play in the National Division 1 and Division 2 super leagues respectively.

Ladies and gentlemen;

As a show of appreciation for hard-work, going forward, we shall introduce an annual Best Performance Award Scheme towards our heroes for exemplary performance in various sectors and categories. This is an incentive scheme to promote hard-work, patriotism and commitment to work by all of us; farmers, professionals, the public servants, investors, sports personalities, the academia among others.

Ladies and gentlemen;

As you are aware that we are in a new dispensation and I would like to take this moment again to thank all of you for your overwhelming support in our election. I will always be grateful to you all for electing me and my Deputy and together, we shall steer this county ahead. Ladies and Gentlemen;

We are moving with speed to constitute the county government. As you are aware, I have appointed my new Executive Committee Members (the CECs) whose names have been forwarded to the County Assembly for the vetting process.


In view of this, I strongly urge the County Assembly to move with speed to complete the process so that service delivery to our beloved wananchi is not derailed. As for the Chief Officers, the interview process is ongoing and it will be completed by the end of the month.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

We are in our development planning phase. We have started the process of developing our five year County Integrated Development Plan covering the year 2018 – 2022. We expect that once the new Executive Committee is in place, the process will be officially launched to enable our planning team to spearhead the public participation process to enlighten the citizens on the development projects that will be prioritized during the period.

The objective of this plan is to accelerate the county's transformative

agenda in the framework of my political manifesto, the national aspirations under the Vision 2030; the 2030 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and our other international development obligations. This is an opportunity to craft our own economic destinies.

It is imperative to note that this document largely outline policies, programmes and projects to be implemented in the next five years. It is also important to observe that this process is citizen and development stakeholders driven. Therefore, I wish to urge all of us to actively participate in this process.

As government we are committed to this course. We have adopted a robust and inclusive citizen engagement mechanism to ensure our citizens are at the centre of our development decision-making process. Your opinion for sure will count.


Ladies and Gentlemen;

Quality of life of the people, inclusion and equity will receive utmost attention under my leadership.

We will give particular attention to programmes and projects that will improve and impact positively to the quality of living and must be sustainable to our people.

On this note, we call upon every ward to deviate from the current situation of identifying numerous small projects that are thinly spread and prioritize for few flagship programmes/projects that are adequately funded and have high socio-economic impact and serve larger beneficiaries. For instance, the milk processing plant in Eldama Ravine, the leather tannery in Mogotio, the abattoirs in Maoi, Loruk and Barwesa, coffee milling factory in Ossen.

Emphasis will also be towards improving the phase of implementation; co-ordination; and Monitoring and Evaluation mechanisms to ensure that programmes and projects are effective in attaining the stated targets.

As resources are limited, we must manage in a prudent, wise and sustainable manner to ensure that our current and future generations' interests are safeguarded. Initiatives will be introduced particularly to increase transparency and accountability as well as reduce wastage.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

In this regard, we will adopt a practical and modern economic and management practices in our strategies to attaining our aspirations. To attain equity in distribution and allocation of our resources, accelerated economic growth and full utilisation of our resources, we shall embrace regional approach by undertaking socio-economic profile for our sub-counties.


The aim is to identify sectors of comparative economic advantage in order to focus on maximizing productivity for sustainable employment, income and wealth creation

We have enormous and diverse resources distributed in all our sub- counties for instance we are rich in natural resources from Lake Baringo, Lake 94 and

Lake Bogoria national park in Baringo South to Lake Kapnarok national park and oil prospects in in Kerio Valley. From the scenic features- hills and valleys in Tugen Hills and escarpment from Torongo in Eldama Ravine to Morop in Baringo Central to Saimo in Baringo North and Silale crater in Tiaty. From Cheploch gorges in Baringo Central to the natural spa in Bogoria in Baringo South and Kapedo Hot Springs in Tiaty. We have minerals – manganese, rupees, just to mention a few. We have archeological sites- arrorintugenensis among others. Baringo has all the requirements to be granted the status of Global Geopark Network by United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)and once the status is awarded, the county will be open to numerous opportunities in tourism and heritage sites.

We are uniquely blessed with exceptional opportunity of having all agro-ecological zones with varied temperatures that support distinct economic activities in the County.

We have rich agricultural land that we can grow crops. 70 percent of our County land is ASAL and good for livestock production. Indeed, we are a County of Great Diversity and we need to take advantage of this natural opportunity. My Fellow Citizens;

The role of private sector in development will be given the much needed attention. We are determined to provide for more focused incentives for high value added industries.


I am a live to the fact that increasing technology and knowledge content in production is a catalyst in the modern production sector, priority will be to upgrade skills that promote knowledge application processes and related services especially among SMEs. Industrial skills upgrading will focus among others on ICT integration.

To realize an innovative driven SMEs we shall focus on creating high performance and resilient SMEs, equipped with strong technical and innovative capability as well as managerial and business skills to realize new job opportunities particularly for our vibrant labour force and improved market access.

Of significant importance is promotion of inter-firm linkages among and between SMEs as well as with large domestic and international companies. This will enable SMEs to be more competitive, innovative and sustainable. To achieve this worthy course, a clear policy framework and programmes will be initiated while advancing professional and managerial skills among SMEs. Ladies and Gentlemen;

To bridge the knowledge gap, demand-driven skills development particularly for our youth will be given a top priority.

We shall convert the current youth empowerment centres to Youth Business and technology innovation centre as a platform for enterprise start- ups and incubation. This strategy will create the pool of new and innovation–driven entrepreneurs needed to sprout new businesses and services that will create more jobs for our young people.

The SME kitty will be enhanced to keep up with the current and future business demand.


Ladies and gentlemen;

Mainstreaming Information, Communication and Technology in development is inevitable. ICT is a key determinant in transitioning our county to a knowledge-based in order to realize the desired growth in all sectors.

Efforts will be intensified to mainstream access to ICT services, and facilities. Equally important is to promote wider adoption and usage in all aspects of everyday life. We have set aside a budget provision in the 2017/18

Financial Year for offering free Wi-Fi services in Kabarnet, Eldama Ravine, Marigat and Mogotio.

Measures will be undertaken to promote skilled ICT workforce, upgrading and expansion of infrastructure for improved broadband connections. We shall take advantage of the fibre-optic connectivity in our major towns.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

Access to safe and clean water for domestic and commercial use is our county top priority. It is an enabler for all sectors. Water is a life necessity element comprising of 70 percent of our body mass. To increase our production in agriculture we need water.

Our livestock cannot survive without water. Our service sectors- tourism, manufacturing and our institutions of learning require water as a basic need.

We shall continue to invest in this sector by focusing on both underground (boreholes) and surface (water pans, and small dams) water development. This will lead to increased pipe water extension and water Kiosks to both urban and rural populations.


While on this, I am happy to report that treatment and pipeline extension works at Chemosusu dam are on course and we expect the Kirdam Phase two to begin shortly.

We will intensify efforts toward increasing our area under irrigated agriculture. While we mobilize resources to develop new irrigation schemes, the existing schemes must be reviewed to ensure efficient function.

Ladies and gentlemen;

The significance of agricultural sector cannot be overemphasized. The sector is the largest contributor to employment creation, county food demand and significantly provide the raw materials required by the domestic agro-based industries.

To revitalize agriculture, first is to eliminate the existing and persistent bottlenecks along the production and marketing value chain.

We must think of producing beyond subsistence by increasing adoption of high quality and value added products, skill development, and timely information to increase capacity of our farmers to produce, commercializing agriculture, increasing convergence with information, communication and technology, encouraging public-private sector engagement in building a vibrant agro-processing industries, increased market accessibility and wider adoption of group farming system.

Ladies and gentlemen;

Land remains a vital factor of production. We must remove the inefficiencies in land ownership and management system.


We must work towards attaining Total Factor Productivity of Land. One such a strategy is through enactment and adoption of proper land use policies, the county will eliminate the persistent under-employment in land. We shall fast track completion of our county spatial plan (2016-2026) and partner with National Land Commission to ensure that land title deeds are processed faster.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

The quality of our roads and infrastructure network has an impact on our development. To improve quality and reduce cost of routine maintenance of our roads infrastructure we need to consider climate proof aspect in design and development of our roads.

Opening up of rural areas to unlock rural potential and integrate with urban areas is the only way to complete our production chain. Urban infrastructure will continue to be upgraded to provide better business environment, generate wealth and de-congest the towns. I am pursuing the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) to continue with the 7.5KM of road upgrading in Kabarnet to bitumen standard after completing the 1KM loop sections of Visa Oshwal- KSG, city clock-Kobil-Anyiny roads in Kabarnet.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

Tourism sub-sector has enormous potential to transform our County to one of the top destinations in the world. However, the sector is underdeveloped.

To unlock the potential in tourism focus will be on upgrading and developing our tourism products and scenic features; and the lakes. The game parks are enormous but under-utilized.

We need to tap our potential in eco-tourism and cultural tourism, sport tourism, safaris, business and conference tourism; and build on new products.


Our national reserves require a face-lift in infrastructure and facilities to be fully operational.

Partnering with all the stakeholders and charting a clear roadmap to drive tourism as a business is the way to go. The role of the private sector in tourism development must not only be embraced but also enhanced.

Ladies and gentlemen;

Access to quality education for sustainable future is fundamental if we have to keep up with the current and future development demands.

Skill development for our people especially the youth needs to be addressed now.   Job opportunities in the public sector (what is referred to as white collar jobs) no longer meet the current employment demands. We must re- engineer our labour force through skill development on demand driven courses. This will not only make them competitive in the job market but will also offer the opportunity for self-employment.

As a starting point, we shall develop a skills needs inventory from the ward level to enable us plan for the best alternative strategies and resources to effectively implement skill development for our people.

Our institution of higher learning especially the Technical, Vocational and Education Training (TVET) institutions will be upgraded both in infrastructure, equipment and modernizing training courses offered to realize the requisite capacity to handle the county skill development needs.

Focus will be to upgrade our 13 Vocational Training Centres to absorb over 5,000 youths for skill development annually. Skill needs inventory for all sectors in every ward will be developed to guide the design and resource requirement to effectively implement the strategy.


On Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE), we intend also to upgrade the current classrooms to ECDE Centres by constructing an additional classroom, equipping with furniture and learning resources and providing other basic facilities like the play-ground and sanitary facilities.

Ladies and gentlemen;

You are aware that the current malaria outbreak in the most parts of the county with Tiaty being worst hit. We have since managed to marshal both internal and external capacities, thanks to our able medical personnel, the National Government, the Kenya Red-Cross, the Kenya Defense Forces and other charitable organizations for their immense support.

Ladies and gentlemen;

My administration will not tolerate corruption. We will initiate bold but sustainable measures aimed at combating corruption, promoting good governance and instilling a sense of financial discipline, prudent use of available resources and prioritized management of the economy.

Ladies and gentlemen;

We have started the journey to sustainable peace and security. We have joined hands with leaders from our neighbouring counties:- Turkana, Samburu, West Pokot and Laikipia to end the common insecurity in form of cattle rustling in the region. We recognize that peace and security must be handled in a concerted effort. Everyone has a role; our communities must coexist in peace and harmony. As leaders must walk the talk. We must be enjoined in finding sustainable peace in our County and the region. We must remove the push and pull factors that promote insecurity; we must to create an enabling environment for peace and security; we must lead by example; we must preach peace and be ambassadors of peace.


Ladies and Gentlemen;

You are all aware of the forthcoming repeat Presidential Election Scheduled for 26th October, 2017. While I urge everyone to keep peace, I also wish to take this opportunity to call upon all of us; both the county leadership and our supporters demonstrate support, and ensure a 100 percent voter turn-out to vote in President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto in the repeat Presidential Election.

Fellow County Men and Women;

As I conclude, let me reiterate that for us as a County achieve our aspirations, then all sectors both public and private, non-state actors, development partners and the people must be one accord, participate actively, take ownership of the process fulfil our respective duties.

Finally, to our beloved children; both the 2017 KCPE and KCSE candidates, I wish you SUCCESS in your forth coming National Examinations..

 

Thank You

 

AND HAVE A BLESSED

MASHUJAA DAY.

Residents of Kabarnet town are set to enjoy free internet services as a way of embracing ICT to spur development once the necessary infrastructure has been put in place by the County Government

While officiating this year’s annual Baringo County ICT contest sponsored by Korean based NGOs- KOICA and WorldBest Friend, Governor Stanley Kiptis revealed that talks with national government are at advanced stage to set up the facility in Kabarnet town and later extended to major urban centres across the county.

“The world is going digital and we would also want to be part of this positive transformation as we gear towards creating opportunities for our youth in the online platforms that offer both entrepreneurship and employment,” H.E Kiptis explained.

It is an initiative that will see residents in Kabarnet CBD enjoy a 24-hour free Wi-fi thus enabling them share information, enhance transparency and accountability through public participation and create a network among the youth.

He pointed out that he is liaising with CDF and Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology to ensure that all the Sub-county headquarters have ICT innovation hubs popularly known as Ajira digital Centres with free internet services which will assist youth to access online jobs and allow them obtain agribusiness and micro finance information. Youth can also showcase their unique talents and innovative ideas thus exposing them to potential investors.

While appreciating KOICA and WorldBest Friend for their continued investment and support on digitalizing of Baringo County schools, Governor Kiptis pledged his commitment in adopting use of ICT in all government departments to improve efficiency in service delivery.

Honourable speaker

Honourable deputy speaker

Leader of Majority

Leader of Minority

Chair-Persons of Various House Committees

Honourable Members of Baringo County Assembly

Good Afternoon!

I feel greatly honoured to give my maiden address to this honourable house as we mark the beginning of business for Baringo County Assembly. I would like to thank all of you for finding time to be part of this momentous occasion.

Mr Speaker,

May I take this very first and privileged opportunity to congratulate all honorable members of this house for being elected and/ or nominated to the second County Assembly of Baringo. I laud the honourable speaker and the deputy speaker for their being honoured with the gallant task of steering this house.

I also appreciate all members who have been assigned different roles of representing this Assembly in national platforms and those elected to chair various important house business portfolios. The fact that you all find yourselves here today means enormous trust and great responsibility has been set upon your shoulders by the people of our county.

Mr Speaker;

Let me state again here on the floor of this house that my vision is to make Baringo united, empowered, accountable, inclusive and prosperous County. The 7 pillars in my manifesto provides a transformative framework to deliver on this vision. The pillars are in line with our national development blue print - the Vision 2030 and will be an integral part of our 2nd Generation County Integrated Development Plan (2018-2022).

To realize this noble cause, a solid cordial interdependence between the Executive and the County Assembly is called for and is indeed very necessary.

We should always work together seamlessly like two different functional parts of the same machine. We should soldier on in one accord in championing the cause of prosperity for our great people. Divided we will certainly fall; but together we shall definitely thrive.

In this regard, I invite all honourable members of this house to partner with, and walk with me on the journey to making our county prosperous.

The people of Baringo have entrusted in us the collective responsibility of effecting our county’s transformation. Going forward, it must not be lost on any one of us that it is now incumbent upon us to team up, roll-up our sleeves and get down to work.

Honourable Members;

I am certain that we all find ourselves in here today because wananchi believed in the pledges we made to them. You all agree with me that there is need to re-focus our development agenda and concentrate more on providing practical and speedy solutions to the challenges that face our residents.

Honourable Members;

To deliver on our promise to transform the county therefore, we require to adopt a robust, systematic and yet practical development approach. It will never be business as usual.

Policies, programmes and projects have to be formulated based on the greater impact to a critical mass of our communities. The numerous piece-meal projects adopted in the past has been economically unfeasible, inefficient and hardly ever satisfy the intended development needs and expectations of the people.

The issue of spreading our budget too thin must be addressed. My administration will partner with this house to ensure that programmes and projects implemented have greater impact, are sustainable, efficient and most importantly, effective.

At institutional level, we must enact and implement a robust resource mobilization, allocation and prudent fiscal policies. We should accelerate structural reforms geared towards building a conducive business environment that promote investments, improve efficiency in production, and ultimately empower our people to generate income; and create employment and wealth.

Honourable Speaker;

Critical urgency lies in fixing the enabler sectors that are catalysts for a competitive productive sector that will spur economic growth.

Mr. Speaker;

I urge this house to lay focus on roads maintenance, water provision, environmental conservation and the sustainable exploitation of our natural resources. Our primary aim should be ensuring that our development in water, roads, agriculture, tourism, education; research and development; industrial investments and commercial sectors thrive.

Mr. Speaker;

Harnessing and managing water resources for sustainable development

I urge this house to earmark this sector for prioritization in resource allocation so that we increase sustainable access to clean and affordable water to the residents of Baringo. The best way forward is to leverage on sinking new boreholes and small dams. We need to enhance partnerships with development partners and work closely with the national government in harnessing and managing this scarce resource.

I will be pushing for the relevant National Government institutions to expedite exploitation of the existing water infrastructure such as Kirandich and Chemususu Dams.

We need to gear in a major way the harnessing of our water resources towards facilitating a shift from rain fed agriculture to irrigated, and commercialized farming activities.

We also plan to provide reliable water supply and establish sustainable urban sewerage systems to further modernize and create conducive business environment in our towns.

Mr. Speaker

Poverty Reduction, Food and Human Security;

The foundation for vision 2030 is the security of the individual and property. Human security and food security should never be compromised as doing so will be at the expense of development. Security both of human life and our aggregate investments is a key determinant of our economic performance. It is an incentive to investment growth particularly in our ailing tourism sector.

Access to food in right quantity and nutritional content is a fundamental constitutional right to all citizens. We have a potential to feed our people.

As leaders we have a collective obligation. We need to speak in one language. A language of committing to transform our productive sectors using the appropriate technologies to significantly produce more beyond subsistence.

Honourable Members;

As a county we take pride in great diversity. We have enormous and diverse resources distributed in all our sub-counties. We have all the agro-ecological zones that support distinct economic activities. Indeed, we need to take advantage of this natural opportunity.

In this regard, we need to undertake a socio-economic profile in our sub-counties. The aim is to identify areas of comparative production advantage in order to target our resource allocation to optimize productivity in those sectors for sustainable income, employment and wealth creation.

Honourable Members;

Quality Education for a transformative human capital and sustainable future;

Skills development is significant in building a strong knowledge economy as the engine to spur economic growth. Emphasis will be on profiling the county skills inventory for each sector and upgrading our vocational training institutions to match the requirement.

We need to increase the bursary kitty to be able to target bright and talented youth for scholarships to pursue skill sets that will guarantee them employment. This is one of the surest ways of addressing the unprecedented youth unemployment in the County.

We will upgrade our current ECD classrooms to ECD centers by equipping them an providing additional facilities to cater for all aspects of early childhood development.

We are very keen on enabling our youth to leverage on ICT in skills as a driver for enterprise development. In this regard, we intend to work with partners to roll out free Wi-Fi in all our urban centers, starting with Kabarnet and Eldama Ravine.

This is fundamental if we are to enable our people to take up offshore business and employment opportunities and keep up with the contemporary world.

Mr. Speaker;

Unlocking our potential in tourism;

Tourism sub-sector is not only under developed but uncompetitive. Our tourism destinations; products and scenic features; the lakes; the game parks are enormous but under-utilized.

We need to tap our potential in eco-tourism and cultural tourism, sport tourism, safaris, business and conference tourism; and build on new products. Our national reserves require a face-lift in infrastructure and facilities to be fully operational.

Partnering with all the stakeholders and charting a clear roadmap to drive tourism as a business is the way to go. The role of the private sector in tourism development must not only be embraced but also enhanced.

Mr. Speaker:

On access to a sustainable, quality and affordable Healthcare;

I wish to observe that as we embark on addressing the issue of access to healthcare, attention should be on investing more in preventive healthcare rather than curative for the simple reason that ‘prevention is better than cure’.

Healthcare spending has persistently remained high consuming on average over 40 percent of Baringo County’s annual budget. In the long run, if we focus on preventive health measures, we shall definitely reduce a substantive portion of the health budget.

Let me observe that expansion of infrastructure in the health sector in the recent years has been significant. However, it has not been proportionately matched with equipment and personnel to fully operationalize them. This calls for an urgent budgetary intervention to address the shortfall in human resource and acquisition of requisite equipment.

Mr. Speaker;

Embracing good governance, social inclusion and wellbeing as a foundation for growth;

I wish to reiterate my commitment to uphold the principles set out in our Constitution in my execution of the County government functions. Our citizens from all walks of life MUST access public services in an inclusive, equitable, transparent and accountable manner.

As state officers we should lead by example. We must uphold integrity in delivering and management of public affairs. We must fight corruption and discrimination in all forms. We must exercise prudence.

My administration will initiate bold but sustainable measures aimed at combating corruption, promoting good governance and instilling a sense of financial discipline, prudent use of available resources and prioritized management of the economy.

We will embrace citizen engagement through active participation by all in moving our development agenda forward.

As a constitutional obligation, we must engage every women; young people; persons living with disability; the senior citizens and the minority groups in all levels of decision making.

Mr. Speaker;

Let me summarize by touching on a few critical emerging issues of concern to our nation.

I am deeply concerned about the ongoing national strike by nurses which has crippled service delivery in our health facilities.

Although the strike has since been declared illegal by the courts, this impasse need to be looked into urgently and resolved with finality. I call upon the relevant institutions, mainly the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) to expedite the consideration of pay packages for nurses and give a clear way forward.

As the governor, I want to assure our nurses of my commitment to working not only on the continuous improvement of their terms of service, but also to the provision of necessary work equipment, material and the improvement of their respective working environments.

On this note however, I would like to call upon our nurses to heed the notice by the Council of Governors which required all striking nurses to have returned to work by 8th September, 2017 to avoid necessitating the implementation of drastic administrative actions. Our nurses need to be considerate enough to resume duty so as to ease the suffering of patients in our hospitals even as we commit to addressing their grievances.

Mr Speaker,

Honourable members;

On the 8th of August 2017, Kenyans braved the sun, rain, stood in long queues for hours on end, and performed their civic duty of democratically electing their leaders for all levels of Government. It is through this election that you and I find ourselves in the positions we currently hold. It is through this election that our Parliament, both National Assembly and the Senate was constituted.

As we are all aware the elections were declared by many including international observers as the most transparent, free, fair and peaceful elections in our history as a country.

It came as an unfortunate shock to majority of Kenyans when the Supreme Court made a ruling that effectively overturned the will of the Kenyan people who hold the ultimate supremacy, on grounds of minor clerical errors by electoral officials.

We feel that the decision by the court went against our constitutional democratic principles and expectations. But to reaffirm our commitment to democracy and the rule of law, we respect and abide by the ruling.

In this regard therefore, an enormous duty lies before us. It is time for all of us to hit the road, embark on the campaign trail, and mobilize our voters to come out in large numbers to vote in President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto in the repeat Presidential Election on the 17th October 2017. We need to reclaim our victory and affirm that indeed it is the Kenyan voter who is Supreme.

Mr Speaker,

As I conclude I would like to strongly request this house that when the time comes, you move with speed in approving the county executive committee members and other state officers who will be appointed shortly.

This will go a long way in effecting a speedy transition and avoiding delay in the process of implementing actual development and delivering services to our citizens.

Thank you and God Bless you all

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    REHABILITATION OF SALABANI irrigation scheme PH

    February 23, 2017

  • Proposed Department of Transport and Infrastructure Projects for the Financial Year 2016-2017

    Proposed Road Works Barpello - Kapunyany Road

    February 23, 2017

  • Proposed Road Works CHEPKEWEL –TABARIN Road

    Proposed Road Works CHEPKEWEL –TABARIN Ro

    February 22, 2017

  • PROPOSEDROAD WORKS EMINING SOI-KUTIEI ROAD

    PROPOSED ROAD WORKS EMINING SOI-KUTIEI ROAD

    February 22, 2017

  • Proposed Health Projects for the Financial Year 2016-2017

    Proposed Health Projects for the Financial Year

    February 17, 2017

  • Water and Irrigation Tender Documents

    Water and Irrigation advert 2016 -17 Tenders

    February 13, 2017

  • construction and rehabilitation of MARIGAT TOWN WATER SUPPLY PH. 1

    Construction and Rehabilitation of MARIGAT TOWN

    February 9, 2017

  • COURTESY BUS TENDER DOCUMENT

    COURTESY BUS TENDER DOCUMENT

    February 9, 2017

  • BRCG/TNR/285/2016/2017 Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of 10mbps internet and WIFI and provision of Point to point/Multipoint connectivity at County Headquarters and shared to departments (8) within Kabarnet Town

    BRCG/TNR/285/2016/2017 Supply, Installation, Te

    February 2, 2017

  • Proposed Water and Irrigation Projects for the Financial Year 2016/2017

    Tender Chemayes Water Pan

    Tender Chepng

    January 30, 2017

  • Proposed Department of Trade, Tourism & Enterprise Development Projects for the Financial Year 2016-2017

    Proposed Department of Trade, Tourism & Ent

    January 24, 2017

  • TORs Integrated Urban Development for Kabarnet Town Plan

    Integrated Urban Development for Kabarnet Town

    January 12, 2017

  • Water and Irrigation advert 2016-2017

    Water and Irrigation advert 2016-2017

    December 29, 2016

  • Water and Irrigation Tender Documents

    Lapkeiyet Equipping Tender 16 17

    Lot 1

    December 29, 2016

  • Lapkeiyet Equipping Tender 16 17

    Lapkeiyet Equipping Tender 16 17

    Lot 1

    December 29, 2016

  • Proposed-Trade-Tourism & Enterprise Development Projects for the Financial Year 2016-2017

    Proposed-Trade-Tourism & Enterprise Develop

    November 21, 2016

  • Proposed Health Projects for the Financial Year 2016-2017

    Proposed Health Projects for the Financial Year

    November 17, 2016

  • Education Tender Advert

    Education Advert

    November 7, 2016

  • Department of Water and Irrigation

    Tender Advert 2016/2017

    November 7, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/96/16/17

    Oldebes-Chomiek-Kisanana-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/151/16/17

    SUPPLY-DELIVERY-OF-MOTOR-VEHICLE

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/152/16/17

    Orinie-Muserech-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/150/16/17

    Kamelilo-Kaptonge-Kaplelechwa-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/149/16/17

    Kampi-Samaki-KVDA-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/148/16/17

    Keneroi-Kabuswa-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/139/16/17

    Kimngorom-Kamasai-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/138/16/17

    Main-Road-Kapngetot-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/137/16/17

    Kapzakayo-Kaptuei-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/136/16/17

    Society-Mochongoi-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/134/16/17

    Kiboi-Kapkowei-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/133/16/17

    Kapsoo-Kapsergong-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/132/16/17

    Keon-Sandai-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/131/16/17

    Topelan-Amayan-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/127/16/17

    Kapturo-Seretio-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/112/16/17

    Kapseeiwa-Chepkewel-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/111/16/17

    Kapkules-Kipchongwo-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/110/16/17

    Biritwonin-Koibaware-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/107/16/17

    Kabarbet-Tukmket-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/103/16/17

    Riongo-Natan-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/102/16/17

    Kapmagey-Kokwomoi-Road-Koibatek

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/98/16/17

    Arama-Dispensary-Kaplelingor-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/95/16/17

    Kipnyunguny-Kabergei-Kamasai-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/92/16/17

    Kapdining-Soget-Road-Lembus-Perkerra-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/90/16/17

    Igure-Majimazuri-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/89/16/17

    Bikwen-Kapchepkaro-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/86/16/17

    Bondeni-Ravine RoadRoad

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/84/26/17

    Logumgum-Losampurpur-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • Proposed Education and ICT projects for FY 2016/2017

    Education and ICT Projects

    November 4, 2016

  • BCG/TNR/96/16/17

    Oldebes-Chomiek-Kisanana-Road

    November 4, 2016

  • Land Advert Final

    Land Advert Final

    October 28, 2016

  • Tors Urban Development FINAL

    Tors Urban Development FINAL

    October 28, 2016

  • Proposed Water and Irrigation Projects FY 2016-2017

    October 21, 2016

  • PROPOSED 12M POLE FLOOD LIGHTS

    October 4, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF ROAD CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT- MEDIUM TRACKED DOZER WITH RIPPER 200-220 HP.

    October 4, 2016

  • Tirioko Ward Office Advert

    Tirioko Ward Office Advert

    September 27, 2016

  • RAVINE_MARKET_BLANK_TENDER_FINAL_2016

    RAVINE MARKET BLANK TENDER FINAL 2016

    September 26, 2016

  • PROVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLE, PLANT AND MACHINERY INSURANCE SERVICES

    July 1, 2016

  • HARDWARE, (PAINTS, DISTEMPERS, THINNERS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS), QUARRY AND TIMBER MATERIALS

    July 1, 2016

  • Supply of GI, PVC Pipes and Fittings and Water Chemicals

    July 1, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert July 2016

    Health Tender Not

    July 1, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert

    Tender notice-Hea

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MEDICAL AND INDUSTRIAL GASES

    BRCG/TNR/6/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF X-RAY AND DENTAL ITEMS

    BRCG/TNR/5/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF LABORATORY REAGENTS AND GLASSWARE ITEMS

    BRCG/TNR/4/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF NON-PHARMACEUTICALS AND DRESSING MATERIALS

    BRCG/TNR/3/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF HUMAN MEDICINE

    BRCG/TNR/2/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY ELECTRICAL ITEMS, FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES

    June 29, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF PROVISIONS AND FOOD STUFF (E.G. BEEF, GOAT MEAT, MUTTON, CHICKEN, EGGS, FRUITS & VEGETABLES, ETC)

    June 29, 2016

  • Supply of Textile Items

    June 29, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF LABORATORY REAGENTS AND GLASSWARE ITEMS

    June 29, 2016

  • PRE-QUALIFICATION/REGISTRATION OF CONTRACTORS/CONSULTANTS AND SUPPLIERS FOR PROVISION OF GOODS & SERVICES

    June 29, 2016

  • TENDER NOTICE CLARIFICATION & ADDENDUM

    June 29, 2016

  • PROPOSED RENOVATION OF MARPROPOSPROPOSED RENOVATION OF MARKET SHED, MARKET STALLS, AND STORM WATER DRAINAGE AT ELDAMA RAVINE OLD MARK

    BILLS OF QUANTITIES

    June 22, 2016

  • HARDWARE, (PAINTS, DISTEMPERS, THINNERS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS), QUARRY AND TIMBER MATERIALS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF FARM INPUTS, HERBICIDES, INSECTICIDE & PESTICIDE CHEMICALS, VETERINARY DRUGS & ANIMAL SPRAYS AND SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF OFFICE FURNITURE

    June 17, 2016

  • DESIGN, PRINTING AND SUPPLY OF ACCOUNTABLE DOCUMENTS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND PLANT EQUIPMENT SPARE PARTS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR CYCLES TYRES AND TUBES

    June 17, 2016

  • Supply of GI, PVC Pipes and Fittings and Water Chemicals

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY DISASTER MANAGENENT EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF PETROLEUM, OILS AND LUBRICANTS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY ELECTRICAL ITEMS, FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF OFFICE STATIONERY

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF PROVISIONS AND FOOD STUFF (E.G. BEEF, GOAT MEAT, MUTTON, CHICKEN, EGGS, FRUITS & VEGETABLES, ETC)

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF WOOD FUEL AND GAS

    June 17, 2016

  • Supply of Textile Items

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MEDICAL AND INDUSTRIAL GASES

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF X-RAY AND DENTAL ITEMS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF LABORATORY REAGENTS AND GLASSWARE ITEMS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF NON-PHARMACEUTICALS AND DRESSING MATERIALS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF HUMAN MEDICINE

    June 17, 2016

  • PRE-QUALIFICATION/REGISTRATION OF CONTRACTORS/CONSULTANTS AND SUPPLIERS FOR PROVISION OF GOODS & SERVICES

    June 17, 2016

  • ADVERT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF TENDERS 2016/2017

    ADVERT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF TENDERS 2016/201

    June 16, 2016

  • Health Services Advert June 2016

    Health Services Advert June 2016

    June 8, 2016

  • Water Advert June-2016

    Water Advert June-2016

    June 8, 2016

  • Water-Projects-advert-2016

    Invitation to Contractors Water Projects

    May 18, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of PROPOSED KETING KAPKURES FOOTBRIDGE

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 22, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of RIONGO CHEMUKUTAN Road

    BCG/TNR/176/15/16

    April 22, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of PROPOSED-KAMALANGET-FOOTBRIDGE

    BCG/TNR/184/15/16

    April 22, 2016

  • ADDENDUM

    THIS IS TO INFORM

    April 22, 2016

  • Tender for CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR PREPARATION OF BARINGO COUNTY SPATIAL PLAN (2015-2025)

    TENDER NO BRCG/TNR/333/2015-2016

    April 22, 2016

  • COURTESY BUS TENDER

    April 22, 2016

  • Tender Proposal for Construction of County Offices at Kabarnet

    Tender Proposal for Construction of County Offi

    April 19, 2016

  • Invitation to tender for Proposed Water and Irrigation projects 2016

    Invitation to tender for Proposed Water and Irr

    April 14, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of CHERUMBO - KAKELIO - KAPTUYA PRIMARY

    BCG/TNR/190/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of ISHAKANIN-KAPTURO ROAD

    BCG/TNR/199/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Rotu-Kongor Road

    BCG/TNR/189/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Lodengo-Kerelion Road

    BCG/TNR/192/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of CHEPKALACHA - MUKUTANI ROAD

    BCG/TNR/191/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Mengmenti-Orusion Road

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of KEWANGOI-NGORMUS-KAMISIKO ROAD

    BCG/TNR/194/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Shabab-Umoja Road

    BCG/TNR/197/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of EbeneezerBridge-Bondeni Road

    BCG/TNR/193/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Nakoko-Akiriamet Road

    BCG/TNR/172/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of TURUTURU JUNCTION-LAKE KAPNAROK (7KM),DIVERSION TO VIEW POINT CAMPSITE(0.6KM),DIVERSION TO MAMBA CAMPSITE(1.4KM) ROAD

    BCG/TNR/194/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Kipsaraman-Kapkomon-Rondinin Road

    BCG/TNR/198/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Mosuro-Sokotei Road

    BCG/TNR/187/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Chemoril-Adomeyon Road

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Standard-Tender-Document-for-PROPOSED HEADQUARTERS FOR BARINGO COUNTY GOVERNMENT

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw5sdeDd5XbDR

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Kapketan-Kapyemit-Number Road

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction for Yemit-Koitilil-Kapkechir-Kapkasum Road

    BCG/TNR/178/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Kapsimotwo-kabiyet-Luita Road

    BCG/TNR/181/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction for Nginyang-Pag Road

    BCG/TNR/196/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Arama Dispensary-Kaplelingor village road

    BCG/TNR/202/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Eldama Ravine Hospital Road

    BCG/TNR/200/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Roads Tender Advert

    Roads Tender Advert

    April 12, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert New

    Health Tender Advert New

    April 12, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert

    Health Tender Notice

    April 5, 2016

  • Health Tenders 4/4/2016

    Health Tenders 4/4/2016

    April 4, 2016

  • BRCG-64-2015-2016

    Tender for Provision of Port Clrearing Services

    January 28, 2016

  • TENDER ADVERT: Department of Youth Affairs

    Provision for Conference Facilities

    January 27, 2016

  • BRCG-63-2015-2016

    Nakuru - Marigat Road Maintenance.

    January 27, 2016

  • BRCG-9-2015-2016

    Provisions and Food Stuff

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-22-201502016

    Provision of Fleet Management System

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-20-2015-2016

    HARDWARE, QUARRY AND TIMBER MATERIALS

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-18-2015-2016

    Office Furniture

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-19-2015-2016

    Farm Inputs, Herbicides & Pesticides

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-17-2015-2016

    DESIGN PRINT AND SUPPLY OF ACCOUNTABLE DOCUMENT

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-15-2015-2016

    Tyres and Tubes

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-14-2015-2016

    PIPES FITTINGS & WATER CHEMICALS

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-16-2015-2016

    MOTOR VEHICLES AND PLANT EQUIPMENT SPARE PARTS<

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-11-2015-2016

    Electrical Items, Fittings & Accessories

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-7-2015-2016

    Medical and Industrial Gases

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-13-2015-2016

    DISASTER MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

    November 5, 2015

  • PROVISION FOR MARIGAT - NAKURU ROAD TENDER

    BRCG-3000-2015-2016

    January 1, 1970

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