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Nanok reshuffles chief officers in key dockets

By Fred Kibor | Feb 27th 2020 | 1 min read

Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok (pictured) has reshuffled county chief officers in what he said would enhance service delivery.

In the changes announced on Tuesday, Mr Nanok renewed the contracts of some officers whose terms had expired for two years.

He said the changes were necessitated by the need to strengthen his administration.

The governor moved his former Chief of Staff Abraham Losinyen from the Agriculture docket to Finance.

Pauline Lokuruka was moved to the Education, Sports and Social Protection docket to Tourism, Culture and Natural Resources.

Other changes

Her predecessor Rosemary Nchinyei takes over Trade, Gender and Youth Affairs, while Abdullahi Yusuf was moved to Livestock, Fisheries and Veterinary Services from Economic Planning.

Joshua Lemuya was retained in Lands, Energy, Housing and Urban Areas Management, as was Robert Abok in Health Services and Sanitation.

Moses Natome also kept his Water, Environment and Mineral Resources docket, and John Namoit remains in Roads and Transport, and continues acting in Public Works.

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