Nyandarua County Commissioner Amos Mariba has directed all administrators to upload details of the National Hygiene Programme workers on the Kazi Mtaani portal by Wednesday evening.
Mariba, who called on the administrators to also stop the recruitment process until further instructions are issued by the National secretariat, ordered the workers to stop working until all their details were captured.
“All kazi mtaani workers should stop working, until they are uploaded on the app and they receive an SMS notification to that effect. Also, note that registration of more workers is halted until further instructed,” noted Mariba in a communique to all Sub County administrators.
By yesterday evening, 4,433 youths had been enlisted across the county with 1,065 reporting to work on Tuesday morning. 154 supervisors had been accredited to oversee the clearing of bushes, unblocking storm water drains and planting trees among other duties.
The teams working across the 10 sub counties decried lack of technical personnel to help in administration of technical skills, with a number of workers lacking proper tools to execute their work.
County Director for Housing Ezekiel Muiruri said that the teams will be involved in more technical duties, like building of ablution blocks, planting of trees and preparing new tree nurseries to help boost the forest cover in the county.