George Kebaso @Morarak
Members of the County Executive Committees were yesterday challenged to cut back on benchmarking trips abroad saying counties can learn a lot from each other.
Council of Governors chief executive officer Jacqueline Mogeni also challenged CECs to keep abreast of laws passed by County Assemblies to enable them deepen the impact of devolution.
“It is time that we begin to benchmark from each other’s successes. Every county has recorded tremendous achievements in certain functions. So you do not need to take international study tours and trips,” said Mogeni.
Addressing an induction workshop for CECS in Nairobi yesterday, Mogeni told them they were at the centre of implementation of the devolution since they formulate policies of county governments.