The main aim of establishment of county governments was to make sure that Government was brought more close to people. Some of the services offered to Kenyans have already been devolved with the aim of ensuring that there is equity in service delivery.
The second Governor of Machakos Wavinya Ndeti has finally revealed her success in the first one hundred days after being sworn in. She was keen to note that a letter from EACC cautioned her of possible ghost workers in the county.
She was Keen to note that she installed a biometric system in Machakos people park where all the workers were supposed to be registered. She was keen to note that one person was receiving payments of ten people every month without offering any service to the people.
Wavinya highlighted that during the process, five hundred and sixty people never appeared for the registration. She revealed that all these men and women were receiving salaries from the government for the last ten years.
Wavinya highlighted that EACC has taken over the matter and will soon sanction all the salaries paid illegally. Please leave your thoughts in our comments section below.
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