Westland CDF committee undergoes inductionKSG-admin
By Celestine Jepkirui
Westlands Constituency is taking no chances. The area Member of Parliament seeks to have his new staff ready to earnestly begin work. To facilitate them, Mr. Tim Wanyonyi sent his newly appointed Constituency Development Fund (CDF) committee members to a three day induction program.
He is aware that induction helps new employees settle down quickly in a new work environment, and gives them a sense of belonging.
As he officially opened the induction program, Mr. Wanyonyi urged the committee to sharpen their skills and promote solidarity to deliver to the residents of Westlands.
The MP informed the officers that Westlands Constituency embraces transparency and professionalism when it comes to matters CDF, which is a program that fights poverty at the grassroots level, enables the progress of development projects as well as discourages misappropriation and mismanagement of funds.
Mr. Wanyonyi pointed out that CDF is a government initiative, devolved many years ago, and has changed many lives and improved quality and standards of education. According to him, CDF has been able to maneuver where the government has not reached before.
The legislature emphasized that the new employees should seek to raise the bar and work enthusiastically, professionally, and be open minded, guided by the core mandate of the Fund. He cautioned the committee against having any hidden agenda and self-interest in the office.
On her side, Director of Learning and Development, Dr. Rachael Ngesa, welcomed the new employees to the Kenya School of Government and also to Government, urging them to ensure skills transfer from the induction to the work place.
Dr. Ngesa reminded the officers to observe the Ministry of Health protocols and guidelines that are being implemented by the School in a bid to keep COVID-19 at bay.