The Devolution Conference was held in Makueni County, making it the seventh since Kenya's 2010 Constitution was promulgated. The conference brought together many Governors, as well as other leaders from across the country, who joined hands to celebrate the fruits of devolution, which have been visible since its inclusion in the new constitution.
However, the conference has raised a number of political issues, including the deputy president's absence from the important event. As a result, he sent his chief of staff to represent him at the conference, who was later fired. According to Citizen TV's. news, Kakamega County Governor Whycliffe Oparanya confirmed that they chased the deputy president's chief of staff after he refused to attend the conference by himself.
Oparanya, according to citizen TV news, stated, "He dispatched his chief of staff, and we dispatched him Away. That is not possible." According to the screenshot below from citizen TV news, the governor said.
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