Several counties around the nation have long sought development, yet it is still elusive for many places.
The county spending report exposes the alarming trend that the monies provided are being utilized more for consumption than for the construction of essential infrastructure like roads, schools, and hospitals.
Even more depressing is the fact that frequently spending on ongoing operations exceeds the required ratio of 2.33 for every shilling set aside for development. This demonstrates a concerning lack of commitment on the part of our governors when it comes to properly allocating county monies.
Since some counties, like Kisii and Nakuru, continue to get extremely inadequate funding for essential renovations, this situation will only result in increasing disparities between counties.
To avoid further lagging behind, our communities, we can only hope that the future spending reports will show some true attention and financial commitment towards reform.
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