•Guyo said with his cabinet now full, all focus should be on delivery and ensuring that Isiolo people have access to services.
•The newly appointed Chief Officers are expected to lead and carry out duties in their respective departments as outlined in the County Government ACT, 2012.
Isiolo Governo Abdi Hassan Guyo has called on his new chief officers to strive to deliver on his manifesto.
Speaking on Thursday, Guyo said with his cabinet now full, all focus should be on delivery and ensuring that Isiolo people have access to services.
"Our work is to put the people of Isiolo first and ensure that services are available and accessible for to them," he said.
Guyo was speaking after the 31 chief officers took the oath of office.
The newly appointed Chief Officers are expected to lead and carry out duties in their respective departments as outlined in the County Government ACT, 2012.
During the ceremony, Deputy Governor James Lowasa called upon the Chief Officers to be committed to their responsibilities and work professionally, noting that most of them are young and should be innovative in their service delivery.
“You should embrace coordination in your work and your one-year deliverables will determine if your contracts will be renewed," he said.
The County Secretary Dadhe Boru promised the Chief Officers that they will be subjected to induction to equip them in line with the County Government's requirements.
He also assured them that the government will ensure that they attain the required skills and will have offices to operate from.
Isiolo County Assembly Speaker Hon Mohammed Roba Qoto reiterated the Assembly’s commitment to working with the executive to serve the Isiolo people.
“Despite the many street talks, we are committed to delivering to the Isiolo residents and there is no time the assembly will run a parallel government from the executive," he said.
The chief officers include Lucy Kagwiria Kaburu ( Trade and Investment), Feisal Hassan Adan (Revenue Services), Abdirizak Siyat Dubow (Public Works), Gabriel Lekalkuli (Economic Planning), Habiba Galgalo Jirma (Finance), Bisharo Hassan Duba (Public Health), Godana Dida Abduba (Water and Sanitation0 and Ibrahim Chala - Tourism and Wildlife.
Others are Abdiaziz Mohamed Jama (SMEs, Cooperative & Enterprise Development), Abdirahman Mohamed Ibrahim (Medical Services), Eduka Tony Ewoi (Mining & Natural Resources), Diba Abduba (Youth, Sports and Talent), Adan Hassan (Intergovernmental & Donor Relations), Judith Karendi Nyagah (Public Participation Citizen Engagement & Customer Service), Zeinab Dida Golicha (Environment & Climate Change Resilience) and Batula Ali Maalim -Public Service Management.
Also, Rashid Iribo Wako (Executive Office of the Governor), Nura Diba Bila (Culture, Gender & Social Services), Salad Diba Rogicha (Education & Early Childhood Development), Richard Ciira (Devolved Units & Inspectorate), Barnabas Esunyen (Renewable Energy), Ahmed Hussein (ICT, Innovation & E-government), Stephen Kiambi (Vocational & Technical Training) and Mohamud Abdikadir -Housing & Urban Development.
Others are Hassan Abdullahi (Special ProgrammeIsaiah Epuri Livestock Production), Francis Lekalasami (Lands & Physical Planning), Salad Tutana (Agriculture & Irrigation), Ali Wario (Roads & Transport), Bokao Adan Gonje (Cohesion, Peace & Conflict Resolution) and Mohamed Sharif Abdullahi Fisheries Development