Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has today presided over the signing of performance contracts by Senior Interior ministry officials at Harambee House, Nairobi.
Officials present include Principal Secretaries Raymond Omollo, responsible for Internal Security and National Administration, and Salome Muhia-Beacco, overseeing Correctional Services. Also present were Commissioner General of Prisons Brigadier (Rtd) John Warioba, along with eight Regional Commissioners and various Heads of Departments and units.
In his address, CS Kindiki emphasized the government’s dedication to monitoring and enhancing the performance of all government agencies, aligning them with the Bottom-Up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA) championed by President William Ruto.
He stressed that the signing of these performance contracts was not a mere formality but a critical step in fulfilling both individual and collective mandates within the Ministry of Interior and National Administration.
Kindiki further highlighted that these contracts had been collaboratively negotiated with each officer, and they must collectively strive to achieve the set targets.
The outcomes of their performance will be meticulously assessed and will contribute to the evaluation of state agencies and departments across the Ministry.
CS Kindiki reassured the officials of his unwavering support in overcoming any challenges they may encounter in fulfilling their commitments, emphasizing the importance of open communication and collaboration within the Ministry.