Baringo County Governor Stanley Kiptis on Thursday inaugurated the new County Public Service Board that will serve for the next six years.
The new board came in after the expiry of the previous board’s term last year.
The board members are Joseph Korir(Chairman) Samson Kibii(Secretary), Christine Ronoh, Stella Jerop Chebii, Musa Ewoi Lochom, Samuel Lentete and Julius Mungeber.
The seven took their oath of office yesterday promising to work diligently.
Governor Kiptis who witnessed the swearing in at the Kenya School of Government in Kabarnet, promised to support the team to ensure they deliver on their mandate.
“I want to congratulate you and promise my full support in their work as you address serious Human Resource gaps which requires intervention,” said Kiptis.
He said county residents expected the board to ensure that only qualified people were appointed to serve in various capacities.
He praised the new team saying its members were highly qualified and asked them to ensure that their work was beyond reproach.
The County Public Service Board (CPSB) is charged with the responsibility of developing and implementing human resource policies and framework for the County Government in line with the relevant laws.