Cabinet surprised with reshuffle after complains of laziness

Reshuffle they never saw coming

Cabinet hit with surprise reshuffle

The reshuffle of the Homa Bay Cabinet caught the CECs by surprise as Homa Bay Governor Cyprian Awiti said that the move was aimed at better service delivery.

Governor Awiti stated that the decision was also informed by complaints about county officials.

Speaking at his office Awiti stated: “There were complaints by some of residents that some officials were not delivering services effectively."


He further added: "I decided to make changes to improve efficiency.”

David Okeyo was moved from the roads and infrastructure department to trade and industrialization, an office that had been vacant following Carilus Ademba resignation on Monday.

Fred Odero was moved from energy and mining to tourism, sports and youth affairs.

Governor Awiti announced that Roselyne Odhiambo had been moved to the lands and housing department.


The governor transferred Beatrice Ogolla from the the lands and housing department to the energy and mining department.

Nicholas Koriko remained at his finance and economic planning docket while Aguko Juma was left as the agriculture and food security.

Prof Richard Muga is still in charge of the health services department while Beatrice Asiago was retained at the education and ICT docket. Dickson Nyawinda also remained as the water and environment CEC.


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