Meeting of the Council of Governors in October 2018

The Governor isn’t really accountable in his County

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The County Governor is – surprisingly enough rarely legally responsible for failures in good governance, because he does not sign any procurement documents or the like.
But – just one example – the Kenyan senate as a supervising body may try to impeach him. For details see the page County Governor

In contrast to the governor, the County Treasury IS responsible by law.

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Public Procurement Bodies in the counties
Public Service Board
County Assembly