H.E. Hassan Ali Joho is the First Governor of Mombasa County, listed as County 001 in the tabulation of Counties in Kenya. He is now serving his second term in office after successfully being re-elected in 2017 by an overwhelming majority of the people of Mombasa County. This is because of his convincing track record which proves the fulfillment of the goals set in the manifesto of his first term.  He has served as the Assistant Minister for Transport in the National Government and in the National Assembly as Deputy Chairman of the Foreign, Defence & Election Committee as well as Library Committee Member of Transport, Housing & Public Works. He is the current Deputy Party Leader of the Orange Democratic Movement of Kenya (ODM). He is also the Founder and Patron of Hassan Joho Foundation, a non-profit making organization that seeks to lift up the lives of the poor and needy.




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Job Description

The officer will be responsible to the Chief of Staff for the overall Monitoring and Evaluation of County Development agenda in the office of the Governor.

Specific duties will include:

  • Develop monitoring and impact indicators for the County Delivery Unit
  • Monitor and evaluate overall progress on achievement of county strategic targets and report the same to the Strategic Development Unit
  • Recommend improvements in departmental monitoring and evaluation framework
  • Liaise with the relevant internal stakeholders in the compilation of the overall development status report to be tabled by the Governor at the County Assembly
  • Facilitating the development of monitoring and evaluation on an e-platform. Formation of a dashboard to enable timely monitoring of projects
  • Measuring the sustainability of the project results and reporting on the same to the internal stakeholders. vii. Conduct an annual evaluation of service delivery and development effect on socio-economic development of the residents and advise on the priorities to be considered

Required qualifications:

For appointment to this position, the candidate must have:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any of the following disciplines: Business Management/Administration, Statistics, Economics, or any equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
  • Served for a minimum period of five (5) years in a relevant field in the public or private sector;
  • Met the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution;
  • Demonstrate innovativeness in using multi sectorial approaches and analytical skills in execution of task.
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision to implement a task within set timelines.
  • Demonstrate high degree of professional competence and reporting skills
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of national and county goals, policies, objectives and ability to relate them to the Vision 2030 and Mombasa Vision 2035.

Please note that the closing date for applications is on 28th February 2021 at 11:30 p.m.



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The New Constitution, 2010, created Devolved Governments in Kenya. The County Government of Mombasa was consequently established out of the devolved functions of Government. The Mombasa County Public Service Board is part of the County Government of Mombasa. It is established under Section 57 of the County Governments Act, 2012, thus it is:

         (a) a body corporate with perpetual succession and a seal; and

(b) capable of suing and being sued in its corporate name.


Citizenry of Mombasa

National Government

County Government


Business Community

Labour Unions

Civil Societies


To be a leading County Public Service Board in Kenya providing efficient and quality service delivery.


To ensure the citizenry of Mombasa receive quality professional public service in a robust, efficient and effective manner.


  • Patriotism: We shall ensure the Board is attached to the Nation and preserves the national pride, values and principles.
  • Professionalism: We shall adhere to standards of accuracy, diligence, care, professional conduct and work ethics in our service delivery.
  • Integrity: We shall discharge our duties with autonomy, fairness, respect and trust and selfless dedication.
  • Human dignity: We shall uphold the dignity of the people we serve and all the people with justice, equity and the sustenance of human rights.
  • Good governance: We shall embrace the principles of good governance, ethics transparency and accountability, free of discrimination but that which protects the marginalised.
  • ­­­­­­­­­Diversity: We shall ensure diversity in the county workforce.


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County Executive Committee Members 2017-2019

1. Taufiq Mohamed Balala – Department of Transport, Infrastructure & Public Works.

2. Kevin Munywoki Kyalo – Department of Youth, Gender, Sports & Cultural Affairs.

3. Dr Godffrey Nyongesa Nato – Department of Environment, Waste Management

& Energy.

4. Edward Dzilla Nyale – Department of Lands, Planning & Housing.

5. Hazel Koitaba – Department of Health.

6. Maryam Abdillahi Mbaruk – Department of Finance and Economic Planning.

7. Fatma Awale – Department of Water, Natural Resources & Sanitation

8. Dr. Seth Odongo – Department of Devolution and Public Service Administration

9. Hassan Bakari Mwamtoa – Department of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries & Cooperatives

10. Fawz Rashid Ali – Department of Trade, Tourism & Investment

11. Mtalaki Mwashimba – County Attorney.

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