Committee formed to ascertain Nakuru Country assets
12 November 2014, 12:37
Nakuru - The County government of Nakuru has launched a sub-committee to ascertain its assets and liabilities.
The Inter - Agency committee comprises among others a representative of the Auditor General and the Transition Authority.
County transition co-ordinator, Anne Muthoni Kagumba, said that the committee has already toured Bahati, Gilgil, Subukia and Naivasha.
Muthoni added that they will visit all the 11 sub-counties with a view of preparing an inventory of County assets and liabilities by the end of this month.
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“We shall visit all the sub-counties in Nakuru to ascertain the assets and liabilities,” she said on Tuesday afternoon during the launching ceremony.
She said that the aim of the round tour is to collect views from members of the public.
Nakuru Governor, Kinuthia Mbugua who officiated the launch, said that preparation of the inventory will help establish assets that were acquired illegally by individuals in the process of transiting into devolved governments.
“This is one process that I will fully support because we have to establish our assets,” he remarked and called on members of the public to fully participate in the process in order to ensure that the committee meets its objectives.
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