Kitui County Adopts Engagement Model to Enrich Decision Making


Tuesday, February 5, 2019
By Barrack Muli

Public participation on the County Fiscal Strategy Paper {CFSP} entered the second day today in different parts of the county.

Public forums convened at Ikanga in Kitui South and Chuluni in Kitui East, Tseikuru in Mwingi North and Kanyangi in Kitui Rural among other parts to provide private individuals an opportunity to influence public decisions and to be a component of the democratic decision-making process for the FY2019/20.

CLICK TO READ MORE :  Governor Ngilu Lets Out Her Long-Guarded Inspiration on Garment Factory

Governor Charity Ngilu’s administration *seeks to engage Kitui residents in active decision-making on all the government programmes* to promote project ownership by the communities in the spirit of devolution.

The County Chief Officer for Economic Planning Justus Kalii says the approach is aimed at collecting the views of the county’s residents to inform the decisions that the county leadership makes.

CLICK TO READ MORE :  Ngilu defends the embattled Sports Executive Member Patrick Musau

“This is part of the budget preparation cycle and an invitation to all residents to engage the government on matters development” he said.
Section 113 of the County Governments Act ( the Kenyan Constitution 2010) makes public participation in county planning processes compulsory.