Nakuru County Department of Education, ICT, and e-Government and the Nakuru County Assembly Education committee members have concluded a 3-day consultative meeting to discuss the projects, programs and activities running in the department.
The aim of the meeting was to ensure continuous engagement and consultation between the two arms of government, so as to achieve positive results in the service delivery to the people of Nakuru.
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The CECM Zipporah Ngugi led the department and briefed the committee on programs and activities carried out in the department.
During the meeting, Ngugi called on the legislators to support budgetary allocations for projects in the department to ensure an effective and efficient service delivery to the people of Nakuru.
Hon. PM Njoroge, who led the house committee, thanked the department for their presentation and promised full support to the department.
The support from the committee is expected to help the department in achieving its goals and objectives for the people of Nakuru.
The meeting highlighted the importance of continuous engagement between government departments and committees to ensure that the needs of the people are met.
It also provided an opportunity for the committee members to understand the challenges faced by the department and to offer support where necessary.
The County Assembly Education committee members expressed their commitment to working closely with the department to ensure that the education sector in Nakuru County is improved.
They promised to support the department in its efforts to improve the quality of education and service delivery in the county.
In conclusion, the consultative meeting between the Nakuru County Department of Education, ICT, and e-Government and the Nakuru County Assembly Education committee members was successful in promoting engagement and consultation between the two arms of government.
The meeting provided a platform for the department to present its programs and activities while also highlighting the need for budgetary support from the legislators.
The support promised by the committee members is expected to help the department in achieving its goals for the people of Nakuru.