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Hon Raila Odinga presents a trophy to Governor Ongwae during the closing ceremony of the 6th Kenya Inter-County sports at the Gusii Stadium
KICOSCA closing ceremony

Governor Ongwae, accompanied by the Deputy Governor, receive a consignment of essential drugs and equipment worth KShs. 100M at KTRH procured from the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA).

Essential drugs and equipment worth 100M

President Uhuru scores past Governor Ongwae during the launch of the 6th Kenya Inter-County sports at the Gusii Stadium

President Uhuru launches KICOSCA

Boost for Maternal and Child Health as Aga Khan Foundation launches kshs.117 million project in Kisii

Maternal and Child Health project

Governor Ongwae taking oath of office for a second term at Gusii Stadium on August 21st 2017

Governor Ongwae's swearing in ceremony

Health Cabinet Secretary Dr. Cleopa Mailu Joins Governors under the umbrella Lake Region Economic Block (LREB) during a Health Conference Held at Kisii University Grounds on 29th and 30th March, 2017

Lake Region Economic Block (LREB) Health Conference

Governor Ongwae receives Olympian Hellen Onsando Obiri, the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics Silver medalist

Homecoming of Hellen Obiri

Governor Ongwae addresses county stakeholders during the county ICT consumer forum, Kikao Kikuu, organised by the CAK and Kisii County Government at the Gusii Stadium

ICT Consumer Forum

Governor James Ongwae leads residents of Kisii County in marking the 53rd Madaraka Day Celebrations at the Gusii Stadium

53rd Madaraka day celebrations

Cord leader Raila Odinga (centre) receives a figurine of a giraffe made from soapstone from Kisii Governor James Ongwae and Senator Chris Obure during the launch of the Kisii Entrepreneurship Summit (KES) 2016

KES Launch at Kisii university grounds

Kisii County Governor James Ongwae, Senator Chris Obure and Deputy Governor James Maangi during the launch of Kisii Entrepreneurship Summit 2016 at the Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi

KES Launch at Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi

Governor James Ongwae joins over 300 doctors drawn from Kisii and Nyamira counties under the umbrella organization Inka medics association (IMA) for dinner

Governor joins Inka Medics Association for dinner

Governor Ongwae scoops gender and disability mainstreaming award

Gender and Disability awards

H.E Governor James Ongwae woos investors in Perth, Australia

H.E Governor James Ongwae woos investors in Perth, Australia

Kisii University Vice Chanchellor Prof. Akama speaks during an e-waste management workshop in a Kisii Hotel

E-waste management workshop

GOVERNOR JAMES ONGWAE SIGNS INTO LAW THE FINANCE BILL, 2018/2019

Kisii Governor James Ongwae has signed into law the Finance Bill, 2018, which grants the County powers to collect revenue from local sources.

The County Government targets to collect KShs.750million from local sources in the financial year 2018/2019.  The bill was passed in the County Assembly following extensive public participation where residents submitted memoranda.

Matatu operators are big winners in the finance bill as they will pay KShs.2,700 monthly down from KShs.3,500 proposed initially. This is after they submitted a memorandum and engaged in consultations with the County Executive on the levies.

Speaker David Kombo, CEC for Finance Moses Onderi, Chair of Budget Committee Dennis Ombachi and leader of majority Timothy Ogugu witnessed the ceremony in the Governor’s office.

“In the wake of recent cuts in shareable revenue to counties, we have to make budget cuts so it is important that we increase revenue from local sources. We widely consulted Kisii residents in developing this bill through public participation. We have made necessary adjustments that relate to the circumstances of the time and issues put out during public participation,” said Governor Ongwae.

He thanked the assembly for their understanding and collaboration in passing the bill. The Governor said the County Government was enhancing its revenue collection system to meet set targets.

“We have so far automated 70 per cent of our revenue streams because we must go paperless and reduce the human interface in revenue collection to seal loopholes,” he added.

Budget Committee Chair Hon. Ombachi said residents were free to submit their memoranda during public participation sittings but the set timelines must be followed.

“Public participation is important but it is not a perpetual process. As leaders, we cannot lock out the views of our people which is why we review the finance bill annually,” said Ombachi.

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