Governor Ahmed Abdullahi today received non-pharmaceutical supplies worth Kshs. 5,314,200.00 which were donated by Save the Children to Wajir County government. The supplies were composed of the following items;
Professionals from Wajir County have been urged to give back to their home area and help tap into its great potential to lift it from years of neglect and underdevelopment.
As community leaders from business, government and academic circles gathered for the conference in Nairobi, it seemed a paradox that one of the most underdeveloped counties in Kenya could have produced such a bagful of elites, not to mention MPs, some of whom head powerful parliamentary committees.
SPEECH OF H.E GOVERNOR AHMED ABDULLAHI OF WAJIR during the celebrations of madaraka day June 1st 201
H.E the Deputy Governor,
Hon. Members of the national assembly,
Hon. Speaker of the county assembly,
Hon. Members of the county assembly,
The people of Wajir,
The Governor officially handed over cheques worth 30 Million KSH to heads of private and public schools in the County.
The Governor was flanked by CEC of Education Habiba Hussein, Education Chief Officer Abdullahi Maalim, Chairman County Public Service Board Ibrahim Dahiye, County director of Education Hassan Dualle, County Assembly Committee on ECD and Vocational training and other County Officials as well as the Wajir County Bursary Fund Committee.
County Head of ICT Mohammed Shahid and his deputy Mohammed Amin facilitated the process of KRA training on iTax for the county.
The duo led all county staff in an induction training on Pin registration, submission of online returns and other services.
Deputy Governor Abdihafid Yarrow urged the community to support pipe children to this facilities to the brim and also help protect the infrastructure.
The Department led by able CEC Habiba Hussein will also embark on Pastoral Education to steer anti radicalization campaign in all schools.
Governor Ahmed Abdullahi and Leader of Majority Hon. Adan Duale led fundraising program for Al-falah
Governor Ahmed Abdullahi and Leader of Majority Hon. Adan Duale led fundraising program for Al-falah Islamic Education Centre at Orahey grounds in Wajir.
The event which was organised by the institution's committee brought together leaders from Northern Kenya, prominent business persons and scores of people.
Deputy Governor H.E Abdihafid Yarrow today took voluntary teaching duties at Wajir high school. The Deputy CEO taught form four students business studies in a remarkably exciting story.The Deputy Governor who is an alumnus of the school said he felt he was connected to this institution and could not watch the ailing students longer
Wajir County Public Service Board (WCPSB) this week embarked on a head count of all employees in the
Wajir County Public Service Board (WCPSB) this week embarked on a head count of all employees in the county in order to facilitate the development of coherent, integrated HR planning and budgeting of personnel emoluments.
The county government Act Section 59 (i) (g) and (h) empowers the County Public Service Board to carry out this HR audit in a view to:
Establishing the number of employees
Wajir County Governor H.E Ahmed Abdullahi and his Deputy Abdi Hafith Yarrow led parliamentarians, county officials and the larger public in Marking Wajir North Education day in Bute.
The Occasion was Graced by MP's from the Northern Kenya including area MP Hon. Ibrahim Abdi Saney and his colleagues Abdullahi Diriye (Wajir South) , Mohammed Elmi (Tarbaj) , Abdikadir Ore(Wajir West) , Abdikadir (Balambala), Abass (Ijara), Abdiaziz (Mandera East), Abass sheikh (Wajir East) and Wajir county women MP Fatuma Ibrahim as well as Wajir county Assembly Speaker Hon Bishar omar, Clerk Osman Mohammed and MCA's.
There is excitement and hope filling the air in the dusty town of Wajir. Residents are joyful of the new tarmac road coming up along numerous stretches of roads within Wajir town.
SaadiaAbdishukri sells fresh farm produces like kale and water melons along the busy Isiolo-Wajir road. She expresses her excitement of the new road but quickly registers her complain of the dust caused by huge trucks and tractors working on the road.