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Vihiga Governor condemns senate for planning to limit County governments’ spending

Written by Cotron Alumasa
2014-01-11 02:14:00
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Vihiga County Governor Moses Akaranga as he unveiled the list of ward administrators. [PHOTO|Cotron Alumasa|West Fm]

Vihiga County Governor Moses Akaranga has condemned plans of the senate to put tough laws to limit the county governments’ spending.

He said that such senators have failed in their responsibility, stating that they are supposed to work with the governors in various counties in the Country and discuss the best way forward.

Akaranga added that the last meeting that they had with the senators they were told that the distribution of revenue in the counties should be increased from 15% to 45% of the revenue from the national government.

The Governor said that before senators control the expenditure in the counties they should ensure that counties get the 45% revenue distribution from the national government.

He added that such senators are shortsighted which might end up frustrating the operations in the county government, but said they are soon having a Governors meeting to deliberate upon it.

Akaranga was speaking while unveiling the names of the Ward Administrators in the County at Mbale.

He called upon the ward administrators to remain disciplined and serve the community diligently to foster development in the County. The following is the list of the ward administrators as released by the Governor:

SABATIA CONSTITUENCY

Isigi Daris Amugune – Chavakali Ward.

Ben Muhando – Busali.

Robert Kivayilu Mulemi – North Maragoli.

Kevogo Alex Magodtswi – Wodanga.

Avogoke Caroline Anyienda – Izava/Lyaduywa.

Evidah Francis Idia – West Maragoli.

HAMISI

Anusu K. Derick Anusu – Shamakhokho.

Barack Magut Kagoroka – Jebkoyai.

Jacob Anubi Musera – Tambua.

Monica Misigo Odari – Banja.

Erastus Mijuka Ndeda – Shiru.

Nickson jevenya Mulira – Gisambai.

Gilbert Kahi – Muhudu.

VIHIGA

Clement Aderi Adero – Mungoma.

Litu James Enyola – Wamuluma.

Abubakar Wandala Suleiman – Central Maragoli.

Japhet Alenga Saka – South Maragoli.

EMUHAYA

Michael Yate Aliongo – Central Bunyore.

Barnaba Eyauma – West Bunyore.

Hellen Nyakowa Alitsi – North East Bunyore.

LUANDA

Jessica Angila Kuya – Luanda Township.

Hazel Asiko – Mwibona.

Dismas Ojuock  - Emabungo.

Enos Onguti Opati – Luanda South.

Kennrdy Okila Angalwa – Wemilabi.

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