He further added that the government is beginning to choke the devolution from performing from its mandate in their respective counties as he termed that projects have not been completed and bills within the county are pilling up.
A number of medical workers have always complained that the county government is not supporting and paying their workers in time resulting in strikes in counties. Senator Ledama through his Twitter account put the government in the check by claiming that they shall not be blamed for failed projects as they have done their part.
"you are killing devolution slowly! Until now no cash disbursements to county governments and yet you expect pending bills to be paid! And projects to be completed on time! Stop joking! And before you, #kot start saying take it to the Senate sisi tumefanya Kazi yetu!"
Do you think the 35 percent to the counties would have been efficient if the BBI was passed?
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