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Governors elect to be sworn in on Thursday

Recently chose Governors will be confirmed on Thursday, August 25, as per the law, which requires the vow or insistence to occur no sooner than 10 a.m. also, no later than 2 p.m., 10 days after the up-and-comers are announced champs by the IEBC.
The Council of Governors (COG) will incorporate 30 new individuals who will be accepting the responsibility interestingly, as well as six debut lead representatives who will retake the seats they lost in 2017.

Four others have held their seats and will serve for the second and last term.

They incorporate Governor Anyang Nyong’o of Kisumu, Governors Wilber Ottichilo of Vihiga, Joseph Ole Lenku of Kajiado, and Stephen Sang of Nandi.

Governors , Thursday
A rep file image of voting process

The recently chosen legislative heads of Nairobi and Busia, Johnson Sakaja and Paul Otuoma, are additionally planned to make the vow of office.

Furthermore planned for swearing-in is Andrew Mwadime, the recently chosen legislative head of Taita Taveta who ran as a free.

Notwithstanding Wisley Rotich and Benjamin Cheboi, different lead representatives getting down to business on Thursday incorporate Jonathan Bii (Uasin Gishu), Simon Kachapin (West Pokot), Joshua Irungu (Laikipia), Jonathan Lati Leleliit (Samburu), and Moses Badilisha Kiarie (Nyandarua).

The rundown additionally incorporates Jeremiah Lomorukai (Turkana), Simba Arati (Kisii), Wilber Ottichilo (Vihiga), Joseph Ole Lenku (Kajiado), Mohamud Ali (Marsabit), Mutula Kilonzo Junior (Makueni), Mohamed Adan Khalif (Mandera), Mohamud Ali (Isiolo), Kimani Wamatangi (Kiambu), Ahmed Abdullah

The law commands that the active lead representative present the new lead representative with the area banner, ensign, constitution, and public seal. In the wake of getting the apparatuses of force, the recently chosen lead representative will dominate.

Following the promise of office, the Council of Governors will coordinate a careful enlistment for the district initiative to educate them regarding their obligations and make sense of government rules and guidelines.

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