On August 8, 2017 Stephen Sang was elected as the youngest Governor in Kenya at 32, since the adoption of the devolved system in 2010.
Stephen Sang is a Kenyan lawyer and politician who currently serves as the second Governor of Nandi County in Kenya. He previously served as Senator for Nandi County from 2013 to 2017.
Stephen Sang Nandi County governor has unveiled a unique development strategy that will integrate President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four Agenda and mobilize resources to boost social economic growth in the region.
Governor @Araap_Sang believes the President’s vision on affordable health care, manufacturing, food security and affordable housing will transform the country.
— Kibet Benard (@KibetBenard_) September 24, 2018
Governor Stephen Sang says he believes the President’s vision on affordable health care, manufacturing, food security and affordable housing will transform the country.
“We have already aligned our budget to the Big Four Agenda whose key pillars like healthcare were also part of my campaign manifesto and plans. Now we will move a step further to integrate the President’s agenda in our County Integrated Development Plan,” Sang said.
The strategy was be launched at a major ceremony to held in Kapsabet town on led by Deputy President William Ruto.
Counties are the arena where the Big Four is domiciled. Productive engagement with county governments, especially in laying infrastructure, enhancing human capacity, providing capital will advance these priorities areas and stimulate development. #NandiBig4Agenda pic.twitter.com/pfV6umimYF
— William Samoei Ruto (@WilliamsRuto) September 24, 2018
Sang has already initiated his Big Four development plan popularly known as Tuga Tai Big Four Agenda.
“We will also mobilize external resources from donors, development partners and residents of Nandi in the Diaspora so that they support us in terms of resources and expertise as we seek to implement the plans we have,” said Sang.