Devolution has changed Kenya with all netizens receiving services up to door steps.Many counties have celebrated changes by getting better roads and good hospitals. Though devolution has impacted the changes in the country some county govermnts have been blamed for misappropriates delivering with many Governors being audited over corruption in the counties.
Meru county government has been in limelight of late after appearing in list of shame for misappropriates spending of Covid 19 money. On Thursday south imenti Mp went on his Facebook page to advise Governor Kiraitu Murungi to reshuffle his government.He said the is need of change of Some CEC down the ranks. He said some of the county employees are enjoying netizens and playing with them.
The mp went ahead to tell the Governor if he doesn't watch out he will lose the gubernatorial seat.Some netizens agreed with the mp saying they is poor work done by the government.Others went ahead to defend the governor telling the mp he should meet the governor being the mp instead of posting in Facebook.
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