After the closing of the county assembly following the death of Huruma MCA due covid-19 pandemic,Uasin-Gishu county assembly has been forced to conducts assembly proceedings through zoom.
According to Uasin-Gishu county assembly Deputy Speaker Hon Hosea Lamai he claimed that the decision was reached after house business committee decides they prefer virtual technology in doing plenary sessions and they will also do house business committee meetings to ensure they reduce the workload.
The county assembly had been closed following the dead of Peter Chomba due to coronavirus and the county assembly decided to suspend all the business to allow ward reps and staffs to have self quarantine and the offices to be fumigated.
According to Hosea Lamai he pointed out that they opted for virtual technology as the ward reps where available.
The speaker further added that from today most of the proceedings will be done via zoom and adhering to Ministry of health directives.
This comes as the coronavirus pandemics continues paralyzing most of the business activities.
However Uasin-Gishu county is among the counties affected by pandemic as the figures continue raising.
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