Dr Janet Manyasi who was in charge of Public Service Management has moved to Sports, Culture and Social Services  in similar capacity.

Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has reshuffled his cabinet to achieve efficient and effective service delivery and to accommodate seven new chief officers who were hired recently.

In an Executive order No.1 of 2020, the Governor has also divided the county into two; Upper region which comprise of Nambale, Teso South and Teso North Sub Counties while Lower Region will encompass Matayos, Butula, Funyula and Bunyala Sub Counties.
In a press conference outside his office on Saturday, the Governor moved three County Executive Committee Members and six chief officers.
Dr Janet Manyasi who was in charge of Public Service Management has moved to Sports, Culture and Social Services  in similar capacity.
Her place has been taken over by Mr John Mwami who was until his deployment the CEC for Education and Vocational Training. Mr Mwami will also be acting CEC for Lands, Housing and Urban Development.
Professor Grephas Opata who was CEC for Lands, Housing and Urban Development is now in charge of Education portfolio.  
Deputy Governor Moses Mulomi is still acting Health Executive with Phaustine Barasa who is acting Finance CEC as substantive.
Bernard Yaite is Lands substantive CEC with Leonard Wanda Obimbira as substantive Finance Executive. 
County Secretary remains Mr Nicodemus Mulaku with Evelyn Omasaja as Deputy County Secretary.

Chief officers moved include Lydia Nabwire from Education to Governorship, Maurice Odundo (Lands to Sports, Culture and Social Services), Joy Wanga (Youth and Sports   to Finance and Economic Planning), Moses Weunda (Water to Livestock, Fisheries and Agribusiness).
Others are Andrew Otiti (Office of the Deputy Governor to Urban Development), Prisca Omoit (Infrastructure lower region ), Maurice Odundo (Lands to  Sports, Culture and Social Services).
The chief officers who retained their portfolios are Clementina Omoto (Public Service Management), Ruth Mukhongo (Agriculture upper region), Richard Achiambo (Agriculture lower region), Daniel Mogoria (Education and Vocational Training), Dr Isaac Omeri (Health).
Others are Gilbert Oduory (Transport and Energy) and Stephen Nasiagi (Infrastructure Upper region), Ezekiel Okwach (Governorship) and Nelson Kwamini (Trade, Markets and Industrialization).
The seven new chief officers and their dockets: Edwin Odero (Investments  and Co-operatives), Evelyn Mbingi (Lands),  Jonathan Okwakau Ino (Public Health), Dr Tom Ekisa (Water and Irrigation lower region).
Others are Roseline Barasa (Natural Resources, Environment  and  Climate Smart), Hellen Mukanda (Water and Environment upper region).

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