No more laxity in City Hall: Devolution CECM warns

Posted by Public Communications Team
on 7 December 2017
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No more laxity in City Hall: Devolution CECM warns

Nairobi County Executive Committee Member (CECM) Devolution, Public Service and Administration, Mr. Larry Wambua 4th December,  2017  warned that laxity and mediocrity will not be tolerated by the new regime at city Hall.

Mr Larry Wambua had met all the Sub County Chiefs and Ward Administrators at Charter Hall, Nairobi to discuss the new administration working policies.


The CECM singled out indiscipline among members of staff as a major threat to effective and efficient service delivery, citing cases of absenteeism and laxity. To curb cases of absenteeism the Devolution boss said, “The County plans were at an advanced stage to introduce a biometric machine for members of staff to clock in and out. I therefore urge you to take an early initiative to sensitize your staff on future expectations.”

Mr Wambua assured the County administrators of his total support, save the laid down rules and procedures are adhered to.  Further, he committed to introduce a reward process in recognition of the most outstanding staff in service delivery.

“The role of the Government is to facilitate but not to frustrate business, and we are committed to support you to the very end but you must also be committed to deliver.” said Wambua.

In attendance was the Acting Chief Officer Sub County Administration Mr. Muli J. N