Kisii County Governor Simba Arati has revealed the details of their meeting with deputy president hon Rigathi Gachagua after giving him a courtesy visit at his office in Nairobi.
Taking to his official Twitter account on Tuesday 10th, Arati shared some photos he took with DP Rigathi after sharing a detailed message of what they discussed. Here are some of the photos he shared.
According to Arati, they discussed the role of the National Government and its involvement in the County Government. He also revealed that they agreed that the County Government highly depends on support from the National Government.
"Held an insightful meeting with Dp @rigathi at his office in Nairobi. Our discussion touched on the continued role of the National Government in strengthening devolved structures of governance. He concurs devolved governments need undivided support from the Central Government," he posted.
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