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WAIVER OF INTEREST AND PENALTIES ON LAND RATES DEFAULTERS 1ST MAY -15TH JUNE 2019

The County Government of Nyandarua has received requests from various stakeholders seeking waiver of interest and penalties on outstanding rates.
With the approval of H.E the Governor, the County Government hereby gives NOTICE to all land Rates payers that 100% of accrued interest and penalties on all outstanding rates has been WAIVED effective 1st May 2019, to 15th June 2019.
This is on condition that the defaulters clears the principal Rates in full within the period specified.
Land Owner should note the following:
1. To clear the Principal amount in full;
2. Obtain an Official Receipt upon Submission of the Bank deposit slip;
3. The County Government will not extend the Waiver period specified.
4. The County Government encourages all Land owners to take the advantage of waiver window period.
Payments can be made through:
1. KCB BANK ACC NO: 1140736779
2. EQUITY BANK ACC NO: 0620261016673
Kindly forward your bank slip after making deposits to the Sub County Revenue Offices.
NOTE: – All land owners should present the following documents to the Revenue Offices to process their waivers:
1. Copy of the title deed.
2. ID Copy of the land owner.
3. Customer copy of the Latest payment receipts.
– To confirm property details and arrears, kindly visit the nearest Revenue Office: – Ndaragwa, Mairo-Inya, Oljororok, Olkalou, Mirangine, Miharati, Engineer and Njabini.

County Secretary & Head of Public Service County Government of Nyandarua

CALL OF NOMINATION OF MEMBERS TO NYANDARUA COUNTY BUDGET AND ECONOMIC FORUM (NCBEF) – RE-ADVERTISEMENT

The Public Finance Management Act 2012 section 137(1) requires the Counties to constitute the County Budget and Economic Forum (CBEF). The County Government of Nyandarua is in the process of forming the Nyandarua County Budget and Economic Forum (NCBEF) which will among other roles, provide means for consultation by the County Government on matters Financial and Economic Management. Such matters will include identification of priorities when preparing County Plans; County Fiscal Strategy Paper and other issues relating to the County’s Economy.
The County Government wishes to invite the following organizations to nominate representatives for consideration by the Office of the Governor for appointment to the NCBEF, providing details for the Category they represent, their Education Level, Gender, Sub County, Ward and Village. (prescribed template for presenting the details can be accessed through the County website at www.nyandarua.go.ke).
The nominees should have attained at least a diploma and have basic knowledge on Financial and Economic matters.
No Category Requirement for appointment
1 Professional bodies 2
2 Business Community 2
3 Labour/trade unions 1
4 Women Representatives 1
5 People living with disability 1
6 Elderly 1
7 Faith Based Organizations 1
8 Youth 1

Names of the nominated persons and testimonials should be submitted to the Office of the Governor by 21St May 2019.
FRANCIS KIMEMIA, EGH, CBS
GOVERNOR

PUBLIC NOTICE

SENSITIZATION FOR YOUTH WOMEN AND PWDs ON ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES (AGPO)

The National Treasury has been mandated by the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act 2015, to sensitize and capacity build individuals and groups who wish to participate in preferences and reservation in public procurement (Section 157 (17c)), on 30% preferences and reservations scheme for youth, women and PWDs
The National Treasury has been carrying out sensitization for youth, women and PWDs in the counties across the Country, where Nyandarua County has been earmarked for same as follows,

Venue Date Time Sub Counties Targeted
1. Nyandarua Institute of Science and Tech. Wednesday 17TH April 2019 8.30 am. Ndaragwa, Ol joro orok, Ol kalou.
2. Engineer AIPCA Church (Cathedral) Thursday 18th April 2019 8.30 am. Kipipiri, Kinagop

All County residents who fall under this category are hereby humbly requested to attend the same.
NB: People living with disability are highly encouraged to attend.

DIRECTOR- SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES,
NYANDARUA COUNTY

His Excellency Governor Francis Kimemia’s vision to re-establish agriculture as the dominant component of Nyandarua’s economy got a boost last evening when the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) listed the County among seven devolved units with the best investment climate in Kenya.

“For example, Nyandarua and Elgeyo-Marakwet rank high by virtue of their high contribution to agriculture, which is the mainstay of Kenya’s economy,” KNBS says in its inaugural survey, which is now on the County Government website.
Nakuru, Kiambu, Meru, Narok and Bomet are the other counties which, like Nyandarua, KNBS says have huge agricultural potential and a cosmopolitan outlook.

PUBLIC NOTICE

The United States International University-Africa’s Global Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship Centre and its partner; Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, have been mandated to carry out a research project titled; “The Effectiveness of the Metro Agri-Food Living Lab for Gender Inclusive Youth Entrepreneurship Development in Kenya” by Cultivate Africa’s Future Fund (CultiAF) which is a joint program of the Australian International Food Security Centre of the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.
This is a unique research project that uses the Living Lab model to guide current and aspiring youth entrepreneurs in developing profitable agri-business enterprises in the agri-business sector. The living lab brings together a unique set of activities and services that create the needed synergy to support not only learning, but also innovation, business development and the creation of new knowledge.
They are currently recruiting young people who have an agribusiness (more than 6 months old) that they want to scale up. The entrepreneurs will be invited to attend a one-day recruitment workshop to present their agribusiness concept which may be selected for further assistance from the Living Lab which include; business plan development, marketing research, and access to implementation resources where the recruitment date will be communicated.
We are calling upon the youth from the wider Nyandarua county to register for this noble activity. Please download the application forms as given in our county website and submit the form as instructed in the application form. Please NOTE the deadline for submission of application form is Friday 15th February, 2019

PUBLIC NOTICE

INVITATION FOR E-PROCUREMENT TRAINING FOR SUPPLIERS BY THE NATIONAL TREASURY

Following the President’s Executive Order No.2 of 2018 on Procurement of Public Goods, Works and Services by Public Entities, the National Treasury was tasked with ensuring that all Public Procuring Entities undertake all their procurements through the IFMIS e-procurement module.
In line with this, the National Treasury plans to undertake training for Suppliers, Contractors and consultants who have been engaged by the County Government and County Assembly of Nyandarua on Wednesday, 3rd October 2018 at the Nyandarua Institute of Science & Technology beginning at 8:00 am.
Suppliers are advised to come with copies of the following:
1. Copy of Business Registration Certificate/ Certificate of Incorporation
2. Copy of valid and current Tax Compliance Certificate
3. Copy of PIN and VAT certificate
For more information, contact the undersigned.

DIRECTOR- SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES,
FOR: THE COUNTY SECRETARY
NYANDARUA COUNTY

THE STANDARD, 11TH SEPTEMBER, 2018, VERBATIM NEWS FOCUS PAGE 7.
HELB TO FUND 150,000 TECHNICAL STUDENTS IN BIG 4 AGENDA BOOST

• The Big 4 heavily relies on the acquisition of technical skills. The disbursement of TVET bursaries was transferred to HELB in the FY 2011/2012. This was accelerated by focus on youth unemployment and gearing to achieving Vision 2030 through provision of technical skills. This has enabled the technical education be more competency based, relevant, globally competitive and affordable. The skills acquired by the youths will be the drivers in the government’s achievement of the Big 4 Agenda.
• Enrolment in TVET colleges was hampered by high fees and challenges in enrolment process. The government has reduced the fees from Ksh. 92,000 to Ksh. 56,420 per year.
a) The government will provide capitation of Ksh. 30,000 per trainee per year.
b) TVET trainees can apply for HELB loans up to a maximum of Ksh. 40,000 per year. Ksh. 26,400 will be paid directly to TVET institutions and Ksh. 13,600 to students’ individual bank accounts for upkeep i.e. buying food and paying for accommodation. KUCCPS will ensure admitted students are eligible for government grants, HELB loans and bursaries.
• In this FY 2018/2019, HELB is expected to award TVET loans and bursaries to 150,000 students in 203 TVET institutions amounting to 6 billion to enable youths acquire skills in plumbing, electrical wiring, welding, brick laying, painting, carpentry and tailoring geared towards achieving the Big 4 Agenda.
• A student must first be placed and enrolled in an approved TVET institution to qualify for a loan and bursary.
• HELB has extended the online loan application period to 31st October, 2018. Students are encouraged to apply HELB TVET loans on www.helb.co.ke before the deadline. This will improve on the equity and access of quality technical training.
• Youths who have not attained the age of 18 years cannot apply for HELB loan. A loan is a contract and any loan application signed by a minor is null and void. However, those who attain the age of 18 years before December of the same financial year can access the online application form even after the deadline if they alerts HELB. Also, any student who attain the age in subsequent years is eligible for HELB First Time Application for that financial year.
• HELB has embraced the use of smartcard technology. It is expected that funds disbursed to students should be updated to their respective accounts in real time. The use of smartcards is expected to cover all universities by 30th September, 2018 and 31st December, 2018 for TVET and KMTC institutions.
• Students in the medical field should apply for Afya Elimu Fund loan from HELB. This is a revolving fund that provides low interest of 4% to meet their tuition fee. First Time Applicants are encouraged to apply on www.helb.co.ke before the deadline of 31st October, 2018. The fund focuses on middle level cadres such as nursing, laboratory technologists, clinical officers among others.
• The KUCCPS online application system (www.kuccps.ac.ke) reopens from Monday, 10th September, 2018 to Sunday, 30th September, 2018 for applications to be submitted, regardless of the year you did the KCSE examination.

HON. FAITH W. MBUGUA,
CECM- EDUCATION, GENDER AFFAIRS, CULTURE AND SOCIAL SERVICES.

Section 132(1) of the PFM Act 2012 provides that in each financial year, the County Executive Member for Finance and Economic Development shall with the approval of the County Executive Committee; make a pronouncement of the revenue raising measures for the County Government.
The County Treasury is in the process of preparing the 2018 Finance Bill which will culminate in the preparation of the Finance Act, the basis upon which the County Government will levy the various charges & fees to its citizens.
The preparation of this law requires that public participation be done to ensure the views and aspirations of the County residents are reflected in the Final Act.
It is in this spirit that County Government of Nyandarua wishes to invite the public, interested persons or groups and other stake-holders to the public participation fora in preparation of 2018 Finance Bill.
Participation shall be through oral presentations during scheduled meetings to be held in the 25 wards within the County. Written submissions can also be made to the County Secretary, Nyandarua County Government, P.O.Box 701 Olkalou.

The schedule for the meetings which will take place from Wednesday 12/9/2018 to Thursday 13/9/2018 is indicated below;

PREPARATION OF THE COUNTY ANNUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR 2019/20 FY

The County launched the Second-Generation County Integrated Development Plan, 2018-2022 (CIDP2) on 9th July, 2018. The CIDP 2 forms the basis upon which the County Annual Planning and Budgeting for five years will be prepared starting with 2018/19 FY.

The County is in the process of preparing the County Annual Development Plan 2019/20 in line with Section 126(1) of the PFM Act which requires every County Government to prepare a development plan in accordance with Article 220(2) of the Constitution.

As per the requirements of various legal provisions including the Constitution, County Governments and Public Finance Management Acts, extensive consultations including public participation must be done in the planning and budgeting process.

In line with the aforementioned, stakeholders ranging from members of the public, non-state agencies and other parties are invited to submit proposals on the programmes and projects they would wish included in the 2019/20 FY County Annual Development Plan which will culminate in them being incorporated in the 2019/20 Budget Estimates.

Parties willing to send proposals are required to do so by close of business on Tuesday, 28th August, 2018 addressed to the undersigned. Soft copies should be sent via info@nyandarua.go.ke.

HIRAM KAHIRO,
COUNTY SECRETARY,
P.O. BOX 701-20303,
OL KALOU.

County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP2) 2018-2022

This plan forms the basis upon which the County Annual Planning and Budgeting for the periods 2018/19 to 2022/23 Financial Years will be carried out. The current budget (i.e. 2018/19) is the first phase of implementing the 2018-2022 CIDP. The second phase of implementation will be in the 2019/20 FY and forms the rationale for the County Annual Development Plan (CADP) currently being prepared.

It is a requirement that County plans and budgets should be within the confines of the approved CIDP implying that all programmes proposed should be from the CIDP.

Copy of the CIDP2 is uploaded in the County website for general downloading and viewing.

County Annual Development Plan (CADP)

Preparation of the CADP is backed by various laws among them the Public Finance Management Act, County Governments Act and the Constitution of Kenya. These laws require County Governments to plan for their Counties and that appropriation of funds to be within the approved planning frameworks. It is from this that the County is preparing the 2019/20 FY CADP.

OTHER DROP POINTS FOR THE PROPOSALS

Parties who are not in a position to forward the proposals to the County headquarters or send soft copies to the provided email address can drop their proposals at the Sub County or Ward Administrators’ offices nearest to them before the stated deadline.

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