In a pivotal moment for Nakuru County, the recently appointed Chief Officer for Youth, Talent, and Sports, Pastor Alex Maina has been formally introduced to the Departmental officers at an event led by County Executive Committee Member Josephine Atieno Achieng. Held at Bondeni Social Hall, the introduction marked the beginning of a collaborative journey toward the department’s goals.
CECM Achieng guided the departmental heads in extending a warm welcome to Pastor Alex Maina, ensuring he received a comprehensive briefing on the ongoing programs, projects, and overall progress within the department. The department’s leadership expressed their enthusiasm for the collaboration, emphasizing the importance of the collective effort.
In his address, Pst. Alex Maina conveyed his commitment to working collaboratively with the entire team, aligning their efforts with Governor Susan Kihika’s agenda for efficient service delivery to the residents. The chief officer’s promise set the tone for a shared vision and purpose within the department.
CECM Achieng urged the team to forge a strong partnership with Pastor Alex Maina, emphasizing the fulfilment of Her Excellency Susan Kihika’s manifesto as a collective responsibility. The call for unity underscored the significance of a cohesive approach in realizing the outlined objectives.
Pastor Alex Maina took over from his predecessor Stella Mwaura who is the new CO for ICT, e-Government & Public Communication.
The event saw the presence of other key figures, including Chief Officer for Gender and Social Services Gladys Kamuren, and Directors Josphat Kimemia (Youth Affairs), Mureithi Kiogora (Social Services), Selina Nkatha (Gender), Officer Teresiah Kibe, among others. Their collective presence highlighted the importance of collaboration and effective communication as Nakuru’s Youth, Talent, and Sports Department embarked on a new chapter under the leadership of Pst. Alex Maina.