In a remarkable display of dedication to improving the welfare of the Kitui community, Governor Dr. Malombe recently commissioned 2,470 Community Health Promoters during the Mashujaa Day celebrations at Ithookwe Show Ground.
This significant event was graced by several esteemed government officials, demonstrating a united commitment to the well-being of the region.
Key figures present at the celebration included Deputy Governor Hon. Kanani Wambua, County Executive Members, and Dr. Florence Makindi, Chairperson of the Kitui County Public Service Board. Additionally, National Government officials, led by County Commissioner Mr. Erastus Mbui, showed their support for this initiative.
The presence of Kitui Central Member of Parliament Dr. Makali Mulu and numerous County Assembly members, led by Kitui Township MCA Hon. Daniel Ngoima Kimanzi, further emphasized the collaborative effort to uplift the region.
During the celebration, Governor Malombe emphasized his administration’s unwavering commitment to providing efficient services to the people of Kitui.
He took a moment to acknowledge the remarkable work of the Ministry of Finance and Revenue Management, which had collected over 100 million more in revenue than previous years. The governor attributed this success to strong leadership in revenue management and the elimination of revenue collection loopholes that had previously been exploited by unscrupulous individuals.
Governor Malombe also commended the members of the County Assembly, dispelling negative portrayals of them on social media. He affirmed that he has been working harmoniously with the MCAs and cited the Assembly’s approval of a new police station in Kitui as an example of their collaborative efforts to address security concerns.
In response to false information circulating on social media, Governor Malombe stated that his administration maintains a strong partnership with the County Assembly leadership, and the negative portrayals are often driven by political rivals who lost in the previous general election.
Furthermore, the governor expressed concern for the safety of Kitui residents during the El Niño rains and urged motorists to avoid crossing swollen rivers to prevent loss of life. He reaffirmed his government’s commitment to protecting the community during this rainy season and urged residents to remain vigilant.
The highlight of the event was the launch of 2,470 Community Health Promoters, a testament to Governor Malombe’s dedication to improving healthcare services in Kitui County. These promoters will play a crucial role in enhancing the health and well-being of the local population, showcasing the government’s ongoing efforts to uplift the lives of its citizens.
In conclusion, Governor Malombe’s administration in Kitui County is actively working towards service delivery, financial transparency, and community welfare.
The commissioning of Community Health Promoters is a significant step forward in the governor’s commitment to ensuring a healthier and safer future for the people of Kitui.