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Tuesday March 24, 2020 - Nandi Governor Stephen Sang' pulled a surprise yesterday after he announced that he will lead members of his Cabinet in taking significant pay cuts as part of the County's response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Sang' announced that he will take a 30% pay cut for the months of March and April, as will his Deputy, Yulita Mitei.

Members of his Cabinet, including County Executive Committee (CEC) members and Chief Officers, will take a pay cut of 25% for March and April.

The saved monies will be channeled towards the County's newly established Emergency Fund to purchase medical supplies, facilitate proper handling of any emergencies and raise awareness on Covid-19.

"We have agreed to take pay cuts for the months of March and April, starting with myself and the deputy who will take a 30% pay cut.”

“The County Secretary, CECs and Chief Officers have agreed to take a 25% pay cut for the same period.”

"The resultant amount of money will be channeled into the emergency fund account to enable us continuously procure additional and any urgently-needed medical supplies and items in response to the current emergency at hand.”

"We are grateful to the members of the County Assembly of Nandi for approving the Nandi Emergency Fund act in a record one week.”

“This paves way for the county to seek and receive funds from all well-wishers.”

“Funds which shall be managed from the emergency fund in order to adequately respond to emergencies that will arise," he stated.

The Governor stated that the leaders had agreed to the pay cuts after various consultations.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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