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Isiolo Governor Kuti Made Changes to his Cabinet

By Whispers Correspondent

Isiolo County Governor carried out some changes in his Cabinet. He made the announcement yesterday evening through local radio. In the changes one new County Executive Committee was appointed who was took over Urban Development, Roads and Infrastructure. Some Chief officers were retained in their previous dockets while other others moved to new dockets. Two Chief officers were dropped.


COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES

1. Water Sanitation, Energy Natural Resources and Climate change; Josphine Eragai.

2. Education Gender Culture, also act Finance minister in the office of the Governor; Abdinasir Haji Daud.

3. Health Services; Wario Galma

4. Tourism, trade ,wildlife and Cooperatives Gole Wako.

5. Urban Development, Lands and Physical Planning; Yussuf Dahir.

6. Agriculture and Livestock;
Dr Lawrence Mwongela. 

RETAINED

CHIEF OFFICERS.

Tutana Salad-Agriculture

Benjamin lopetet-Livestock

Alio Ibrahim-Health Services

Yusuf Mohamed -Water and Sanitation.

Qabale Hussein -Roads and Infrastructure Development

Rukia Mokku-Cohesion ,Peace and Conflict Resolution

Aileen Kajuju-Education

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Patrick Lenawase.-Economic Planning.

Ibrahim Chala -Tourism and Wildlife Management 

MOVED

Abdikadir Koricha -Lands and Physical Planning.

Mustafa Kuntulo Wachu -Public Service and County Administration. 

Peter Ngechu..
-Special programme.

Abdia. Dabaso -Public works housing and urban development 

Adan Salad Kadubo- Finance.

Rashid Arale -Youths and Sport.

Mambilisa Philips -Gender culture and Social Services .

DROPPED

Hadija Galma- Tourism 
Lucy Mwendwa- Environment


Whispers tried to contact insiders close to the Governor on why the two Chief Officers were dropped but no convincing reason was given.

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