Governor Mutua keeps County workers in check

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The Machakos County Boss Dr Alfred Mutua on Wednesday, April 18, met all county employees and warned them against laxity and involvement in graft activities.

Mutua who spoke at Machakos People’s Park where he conducted an audit on county employees,said ghost workers will be eliminated from the payroll as soon as possible.

The Governor said county workers should focus on service delivery and should be a good example to members of the public adding that inept senior servants will not be tolerated and must deliver in their departments.

They should offer servant leadership and stop being bossy ,” said Mutua.

Mutua promised the workers that their welfare will be looked at noting that allowances and promotions will be part of his main agenda to motivate staff.

Other Leaders who accompanied the County boss was Deputy Governor Francis Maliti, County Secretary Francis Mwaka ,county ministers ,chief officers and directors .

Maliti said the audit exercise was well contacted and will identify the number of employees .

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Dr Mutua asked the workers to support his government in a bid to enable him deliver his pledges.

Mutua reiterated his plan to run for the presidency come the 2022 elections .

I am hopeful that I will be in statehouse come 2022. I urge you to support my bid ,”said Mutua.

The Machakos Governor has been crisscrossing the country in a bid to popularise his presidential bid and his party ,Maendeleo Chap Chap.

Speaking at Mavoko, Mutua said Kenya needs fresh leaders for the country to move forward.

Mutua said there has for decades been colonial leadership in the country who have done great work by setting good foundation to the nation.

We need a paradysm shift in leadership, there has been a pre-colonial leadership in the country for ages,” said Mutua.

He spoke when he launched bursary program for students in colleges and universities from Machakos County in Mavoko, Machakos County on Monday.
Mutua said the Founder Kenyan President Mzee Jommo Kenyatta, late Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, former presidents Daniel Moi and Mwai Kibaki served under pre-independence and did good job of laying the country’s foundation.

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We have had leadership that have been in pre-independence, we cannot keep setting foundation for ever,” Mutua said.

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