The National Development Implementation and Communication Cabinet Committee chaired by Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’I on Monday released a third field schedule for Cabinet Secretaries who are expected to embark on field tours to inspect various ongoing national government projects.
All Cabinet secretaries are expected to conduct the field visits across four counties beginning Tuesday, March 16th.
The visits are meant to ensure that the implementation of the government’s projects has been realized
In the latest itinerary, the CSs are grouped into four teams and are headed by their team leaders who are key point persons of influence in the respective regions to be toured in collaboration with the presidential delivery unit and regional commissioners.
Agriculture CS Peter Munya be in Embu accomoanied by Defence CS Monica Juma, ICT’S Joe Mucheru, Lands’ Farida Karoney, and Devolution’s Eugene Wamalwa. Jasper Mbiuki from the office of the president is also be in the team. They will oversee Gachoka Irrigation Project, Civil Servants Housing Project and Kyeni – Kathanjure – Karurumo Road.
On Wednesday, Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko will be leading his four colleagues and State House Chief of Staff Nzioka Waita to Kajiado County where they will tour three projects.
On Thursday, Tourism CS Najib Balala will be in his Mombasa home turf alongside his Education counterpart George Magoha, Simon Chelagui, Youth and Gender’s Margaret Kobia and Energy and Petroleum’s John Munyes to assess Dongo Kundu Water Supply Project, Old Nairobi Road (Jomvu Kuu – Mazeras) and the Modern Cruise Ship Terminal Project.
Friday is the final day and Health Cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe will take charge in Kirinyaga County.
CS without portfolio Raphael Tuju, Sicily Kariuki, Rachael Omamo and Amina Mohammed will be on the ground to inspect three key projects.
Besides the inspection of projects, the cabinet members will be expected to pay a courtesy call to respective governors and county commissioners and hold town hall meetings.
The cabinet members have been conducting working tours, site visits and field engagements with members of the public in relation to ongoing development projects and government programmes.