Members of the County Assembly of Nyamira will by next week resume the assembly sittings, where they are expected to proposals tabled before the house.
The proposals on the supplementary budget and the submission of the nominee for the deputy governor position will be topping the priority list.
Dr Gesami’s name was first presented to the house three months ago, where the appointment committee raised concerns about the missing of crucial documents hence rejecting his appointment.
On several occasions, Governor Amos Nyaribo Amos Nyaribo has expressed confidence in the nominee, saying that Dr Gesami is a great leader with a pronounced local development track record.
Assembly Leader of Majority and Township Ward MCA Duke Masira said the assembly is willing to work with the executive in ensuring the residents of Nyamira are served as required.
We have all agreed to work together as leaders and ensure the people that expecting services from us are served as it is our role as the leaders to serve them,” Masira said in an interview on Sunday.
The governor has always urged the assembly to work with the executive, shun negative politics and work towards a better Nyamira.
Speaker Moffat Teya who spoke a week ago at Gesima urged the members of the county assembly to observe decorum while at the assembly, and speaking about the defiant MCAs, he asked them to quickly align themselves in a better part of history.
The supplementary budget will also get its way to the assembly soon. Upon its approval, several development projects will receive funding before the next financial year (2021/2022 FY).
Universal healthcare coverage that captured more than 76,000 people-where in the first phase will receive funding of about 92M, will be one of the key areas of focus, where the county government through the department of health is seeking to have over 15000 households catered for in the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF).
By Darlington Mose