Interior Cabinet Secretary Prof. Kithure Kindiki will this morning preside over the first pass-out parade at Embakasi, since assuming office.
The National Government Administrative Officers (NGAOs) who have completed paramilitary course will be graduating Friday morning at Embakasi AP Training College (APTC).
Last month, 497 officers successfully undertook the five-week-long training conceptualized to equip them with leadership skills for effective public administration.
The training is part of the government’s plan to streamline service delivery and improve security at the grassroots.
The second cohort of our colleagues have completed the paramilitary training at APTC Embakasi. The 497 Assistant County Commissioners have been equipped with leadership & management skills as part of GoK’s plan to streamline service delivery & improve security at the grassroots. https://t.co/6UWfym9xqE
— NGAOs (@ngaosKE) October 26, 2022
Kindiki’s assignment is coming hot on the heels of his pledge to empower the Chiefs and their Assistants to be more effective in service delivery.
The CS last week committed to increase the number of police officers attached to their offices to enable them to enhance security from the grassroots and more importantly to eradicate the menace of drug abuse.
“Chiefs will also be required to maintain mandatory work plans, a daily register of services and display a service charter in drive to empower and professionalize grassroots-based National administrators,” he said in Mtwapa Location Chief’s office during an impromptu visit.
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