Head of Public Service Uganda Requests cooperation with the PSC in Kenya
The head of Public Service, Uganda, Ms. Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, has commended the Public Service Commission of Kenya (PSC) for the reforms and exemplary work in transforming service delivery in the country. She spoke today (09.03.2023) during a benchmarking tour at the Commission House, Nairobi.
“We are glad that PSC has allowed us to come here to learn and exchange ideas on enhancing service delivery in Uganda. I can confirm that you are many steps ahead of us and doing a good job for this great nation of Kenya. We truly have a lot to learn from you,” said Ms. Lucy Nakyobe.
While addressing the Uganda public service delegation, the PSC Chairperson, Amb. Anthony Muchiri emphasized the importance of collaboration between Ugandan and Kenyan public service sectors in the East African Community (EAC) spirit to ensure quality, effective, citizen-centric service delivery.
“We should work together for the prosperity of our countries’ economies, quality service delivery and enhancement of the public service sector and I believe this is the spirit of the East African Community” Amb. Anthony Muchiri.
Also in attendance were Commissioners Amb. Salma Ahmed, Dr. Mary Mwiandi, Dr. Reuben Chirchir, Dr. Joyce Nyabuti, Mr. Andrew Muriuki, Amb. Patrick Wamoto, Commission Secretary, Dr. Simon Rotich, and heads of directorates in the commission.
From the Ugandan delegation, Ms. Deborah Katuramu, Deputy Secretary, Public Service, and Deputy Secretary to Cabinet; Mr. Walter K. Aceronga, Principal Assistant Secretary. Mr. Julius Victor Nkeramihigo, Under Secretary. Mr. Aryabaha Evans, Charge d’Affaires, Uganda High Commission. Ms. Bernadette M. Ssempa, Counsellor, Uganda High Commission, Nairobi, and Mr. Ali Mambo, Coordinator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kenya.