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Pamela Rita Kiarie CEC Administration and Public Service

View Profile Transformation is a radical change which ushers in a new season of new beginnings for individuals, institutions and nations. Singapore under Lee Kuan Yew experienced such a radical change. In his book ‘From Third World to First World’, the first prime minister of Singapore, recounts how this nation was transformed from [...]


The County government of Embu has gone beyond its call of duty to ensure Embu residents enjoy improved access to both preventive and curative health services that are easily accessible and affordable. To this end, the County made a conscious decision to allocate about one third of the entire county budget to health services [...]

Lighting Projects

Governor Martin Wambora’s plans to transform Embu into a 24 hour economy has been realised after the county government installed floodlights in 39 townships spread in the region. Embu was among the eight counties which were honoured with Governor’s Awards of Excellence in various sectors of development in 2015. An interesting phenomenon lights up whenever [...]

Barabara Zetu

Motorable roads are a prerequisite to fast tracking development. Bearing this in Mind, Governor Wambora has embarked on an ambitious plan to tarmac 100km of roads by 2017 using modern cost-cutting technology. The county government has started with the 12.2km Embu-Kibugu road which is under construction using Malaysian probase technology. The county has rehabilitated [...]


The ECDE (Nursery schools) and youth polytechnics are functions of the County Government. Embu County has made tremendous progress in these sectors. Since the employment of the 483 ECDE teachers, the pupils’ enrolment in ECDE centres has so far increased by 15 percent. As for the Vocational Training Centres, with effect from July 2015, Embu [...]

Deputy Governor

H.E, Dorothy Nditi Muchungu, Deputy-governor H.E. Hon. Dorothy Nditi Muchungu was born on 23rd July, 1972 in Mavuria, in the dusty plains of Mbeere South District. Education: She attended Kyeni Girls’ High School from where she graduated in 1990 to join Kenyatta University graduating with a Bachelor of Education degree in 1996. She currently pursuing her [...]

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