Newly elected officials are still going through the induction and orientation process to ensure that their offices run well. Under the guidance of their governors, Kenyan counties are currently planning to offer the best services possible.
We learn of a specific flashback that occurred very recently, during a discussion on the educational requirements for governors. Even if it went to court, the argument was fierce.
Many locals have condemned the need for education as a result of the court's release of the final ruling today, particularly in light of the ignorance of our leaders.
The court ruled that a bachelor's degree was no longer required to be a candidate for governor. The court permitted county governors without advanced degrees to represent their constituents by dismissing the case.
Kenyans strongly disagreed with the judgment, saying it should be reviewed. Some Kenyans currently think that the country cannot advance if the governors are solely made up of four school dropouts.
Here are some online responses;
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