The governor of Garissa County Ali Bunow Korane has revealed details of the closed-door meeting that North Eastern county bosses had with Interior and Coordination of National Government Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i.
Garissa, Mandera, and Wajir governors graced the top-level security meeting that happened in Garissa county.
In a tweet on Monday, Mr Korane said that he, alongside Governors Ali Roba and Abdi Mohamud shared with the CS recommendations from a a series of security meetings that they had held.
They county bosses also made a point of laying out what their security priorities were in terms of battling terrorism.
"We briefed CS @FredMatiangi on the recommendations of the recent consultative peace and counter-violent terrorism meetings that were held in the three counties of Garissa, Wajir and Mandera, that set out priorities and interventions to prevent and address violent extremism," the Garissa governor wrote on his Twitter handle.
The police Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai and a host of officials from the Interior Ministry also attended the meeting.
It was not immediately clear from Korane's tweet whether the Interior Cabinet Secretary had given the northeastern governors any specific commitments.
The meeting comes in the wake of a number of attacks in the region mounted by suspected Al-Shabaab militants.