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Monday 13 October 2014


A lobby group in Homa Bay county operating in the name of  Homa Bay County Salvation Front is set to name the county shadow executive in two weeks time.

The shadow executive that will include the executive spokesperson who will check the governor’s office will comprise of young people mostly below 45 years of age.
Speaking to the press after a church worship at Bonde SDA Church in Oyugis, the group leader Aguko Mayora said the shadow executive to be named soon will help in constructive oversight as each ministry will have a particular individual on behalf of the general public.    

Mayora who was flanked by the group’s coordinator Errol Okumu  and Kasipul constituency ODM youth leader Aseda Mariwa said that the shadow cabinet or executive  is a common practice in governments in the commonwealth countries and hope  that when formed, the shadow county government will result into good and better governance in Homa Bay county.

The shadow executive will work hand in hand with county assembly to make sure that all planned development programmes within the county are implemented in accordance with the people’s expectations.
The group asked the governor and his team to accord them  goodwill as its objective is to ensure sustainable development for the people of Homa Bay. “Let us all join hands in building this beautiful lakeshore county as we pray for a better county for our posterity,” said Okumu.

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