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Korane to tour sub counties to tackle issues affecting residents

Charles Ronald
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Garissa Governor Ali Korane. He said he will tour the county to tackle issues affecting residents. [Photo/Korane]

Garissa Governor Ali Korane has said that from next month he will start touring all the six sub-counties to tackle challenges experienced by residents.

Mr. Korane said during the tour he will meet and discuss with residents and local leaders on the implemented projects and other priority projects the residents need.

Speaking on Friday in his office, the governor said he will visit different parts of the county to get a good insight into the problems facing the majority of the residents.

“As from next month, I will start touring all the six sub-counties to know some of the challenges that need to be tackled immediately. The tours will also help residents know the county staff and officials heading different dockets,” said Mr. Korane.

The governor further said that his administration will only implement projects that have a budgetary provision to avoid the county having unpaid debts like the previous administration.

Mr. Korane said contractors and other service providers will be paid when given the job adding that the county will not recommend a project that has no budgetary allocation.

“The county will only implement projects that have a budgetary provision. During my term, I don’t intend to leave unpaid bills. The projects will be advertised, a contractor given the job and paid,” he added.

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