The Governor Elect takes oath of office

The Marsabit County Governor elect H.E Mohamud Mohamed Ali and his deputy H.E Solomon Gubo Riwe today took oath of office before Justice Francis Gikonyo at Marsabit Moi Girls High School. The governor elect assured county residents that, politics of exclusion will have no place in his administration, adding that the county’s ethnic diversity should…

Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Development

The agriculture and livestock sub-sector plays an important role in the county’s development agenda contributing approximately 60 per cent to the economy and employing 70 per cent of the rural population. The county government is aware that to reduce poverty and uplift the standards of living of the people, there is need to invest substantively…

Vet officers respond to reported acute livestock death

Veterinary officer, Jane Khoboso  taking blood sample of sick camels forat Bubisa (Dhekhukhu) Following the report of acute death of camels around Bubisa and mass death of goats at Burgabo of Turbi division, Marsabit County, the Marsabit County department of veterinary services has swiftly dispatched a team of veterinary officers and lab technologist’s to ascertain/address…

A farmer Attributes his Bumper Harvest to County Government of Marsabit

Picture: Abdikadir Sheikh Adan (a farmer) could not hold his smile and happiness as he sits in his maize silo when visited by a group of local journalists and staff from department of Agriculture at his farm in Sagante-Jaldesa ward, Marsabit County   Following the inception of the county government, Abdikadir Sheikh Adan who is…

KALACHA CULTURAL FESTIVAL 2014

Promoting cultural cohesion and integration for socio-economic development remains the focus of the County Government of Marsabit, the Governor, Marsabit County, Ambassador Ukur Yatani, has said. Speaking as he officially opened this year’s Kalacha Food and Cultural Festival over the weekend, Ambassador Yatani described the Marsabit County as the single, most diverse county in Kenya.…