On 21st August 2023 – The 47 County Assemblies have assembled in Nakuru County for the annual CASA (County Assembly Sports Association) games.
These annual events and cultural festivals bring together the 47 counties comprising the staff, elected and nominated members of the County Assembly to participate in different disciplines during the week-long events.
Kevin Kinengo Katisya (Kitui County Assembly) and Ann Kiusya (Machakos County Assembly) Speakers were among the County Speakers who graced the opening ceremony of the 4th edition of CASA games at the Showgrounds Nakuru and were graced by sports Cabinet secretary Hon. Ababu Namwamba.
The Kitui sports team is brimming with optimism as they gear up to participate in the County Assemblies Games in Na. The team has been training relentlessly for months, fine-tuning their skills and strategies to ensure a competitive performance in the upcoming games.
The players have exhibited remarkable dedication and teamwork, with each member bringing their unique talents and strengths to the table. With this strong foundation, the Kitui team is confident in their abilities and is eagerly looking forward to showcasing their talents on the grand stage of the County Assemblies Games.
The team’s optimism stems from their impressive track record in previous tournaments and their commitment to continuous improvement. They have consistently proven themselves as formidable competitors, securing victories and valuable experience along the way.
Additionally, the Kitui team has a strong support system comprising of dedicated coaches, trainers, and fans who have unwavering faith in their abilities. This unwavering support has further fueled their motivation and belief in their collective potential. As they embark on their journey to the County Assemblies Games, the Kitui team is determined to give their all and strives to make their county proud.
Ababu challenged the County Speakers to address the issue of the autonomy of the County assembly during their upcoming meeting with the President which he says will help in making assemblies independent and strong in their oversight role.