The Council of Governors Chairman H.E Dr Wycliffe Oparanya has lauded the judiciary for supporting and defending devolution in the Country.
He said on many occasions judiciary has been at the forefront to protect the gains made by the devolved units.
"Judiciary has been number one defender of devolution. I thank you for supporting the County Governments," said Dr Oparanya during the funeral of Mama Dinah Isendi Muchelule mother to Justice Aggrey Muchelule.
ANC Party Leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi, COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli and members of the judiciary led by acting Chief Justice Philemona Mwilu attended the burial service held at Emalindi grounds in Khwisero.
Dr Oparanya asked Kenyans to make right decisions while electing their leaders.He said some leaders are deceiving Kenyans and should not be elected.
Hon Mudavadi said Kenya needs a sober and visionary leader to revive the economy.
The Governor later condoled with the family of Mama Truphena Nelima Songa at Bukura where he affirmed his stand of going for a top seat in the country in 2022.
And while at the home of Bishop Emeritus Rt Rev Michael Sande, Dr Oparanya mourned him as a visionary and selfless leader who focused on improving the livelihoods in the community.
The late Rev Sande was the second Bishop of Butere Diocese. He will be laid to rest next Saturday.
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