Nairobi: 4th October 2023
On this splendid morning, the Security and Compliance sector came together for a memorable breakfast celebration during Customer Service Week. The event was organized and graciously hosted by Dr. Anastasia Nyalita, the County Executive Committee Member for Inclusivity, Public Participation, and Customer Service.
The gathering was honored by the presence of esteemed guests, including Mr. Patrick Mbogo, the County Executive Committee Member for Boroughs and Administration, and Mr. Tony Kimani, the County Chief Officer for Security and Compliance. Furthermore, the County Chief Officer for Inclusivity, Public Participation, and Customer Service also joined the festivities.
The atmosphere throughout the event was nothing short of euphoric. Attendees shared stories, forged new connections, and celebrated the pivotal role of the Security and Compliance sector in ensuring the welfare of the county.
The breakfast spread was sumptuous and catered to diverse tastes, ensuring that every guest left satisfied. The camaraderie among colleagues and guests was heartwarming, fostering a sense of unity and appreciation.
In her opening remarks, Dr. Anastasia Nyalita expressed her gratitude for the unwavering dedication of the Security and Compliance sector. She emphasized how essential their work is in upholding the county’s standards and ensuring the safety and well-being of its residents. She also sent the regards of H.E Governor Sakaja knew we had the breakfast and shared his goodwill message.
Mr. Patrick Mbogo echoed these sentiments, commending the sector for their tireless efforts in maintaining order and compliance within the county. He highlighted the importance of their work in achieving a harmonious community.
Mr. Tony Kimani, County Chief Officer for Security and Compliance, expressed his delight at the recognition and appreciation shown by the county leadership. He praised the dedication and hard work of his team and reiterated their commitment to upholding the highest standards of security and compliance.
Madam Lydia Mathia, the County Chief Officer for Public Participation and Customer Service, stressed the importance of vigilant Compliance Officers who are dedicated to upholding the values of the “City of Hope,” promoting dignity and opportunities outlined in the Governor’s manifesto, and eliminating the “kanjo mentality.”
The event was not only a feast for the stomach but also for the soul. It was a testament to the power of appreciation and recognition. Everyone present left the breakfast celebration with a sense of pride, knowing that their contributions were valued and celebrated during Customer Service Week.
In conclusion, the Customer Service Week Breakfast Celebration for the Security and Compliance sector was an unmitigated success. The joy and camaraderie that filled the room were a testament to the unity and dedication of the sector. It served as a reminder that a little appreciation can go a long way in fostering a harmonious and motivated workforce. Dr. Anastasia Nyalita and the county leadership are to be commended for their thoughtful gesture, ensuring that #lazima iwork# continues to thrive in the county.