New staff joins ORPP brand, called for professional ethos and positive culture in their practice

She passionately called for new staff to preserve and safe- guard the Office reputation that has been built over the years. “This Office is always ready to build the professional capacity of all its officers and is always welcome to innovative

added the Registrar.

She called on field officers to innovatively design pro- grammes that spur and promote the presence of ORPP in the counties. “Work to your best to actualize ideals of this Office at the grassroots including supporting political parties and citizens’ participation in electoral processes within the confines of the scope of their work”, cautioned the Registrar.

The orientation programme entailed training sessions on;

ORPP mandate and functions, organization structure, political party registration process, field services functions, hu- man resource policies, ORPP Service Delivery Charter among others.

Closing remarks

“This is an institution that will create a conducive environ- ment but all new staff must live the corporate values and embrace a culture of high performance and excellence”, Ali A. Surraw Assistant Regulation, Compliance and Political Parties Fund.

“Be holistic and add value to the institution. We endeav- or to have distinguished officers that are exemplary and with goodwill, professionalism and self-growth”, CPA Florence Birya Registration and Field Services.

In her closing remarks, Registrar Ann Nderitu noted that “Many distractions will come along your service, stay focused in your jobs. Embrace personal discipline and drive”.

 The Registrar further called on new staff that they must model and set out professional and personal goals. “The ORPP firmly believes in fundamentals that include; turn- around timeline in line with our service charter; desist from casualness; excellence and courteous service; core values within the larger scale of value system and respect to governance structures”, affirmed the Registrar.

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