Fighting for devolution in urban areas

Between 2013-14, we witnessed bizarre struggles for office between county executives of Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu and the national Executive.

In Summary

• The national government is dominated by centrists who do not see why funds should be sent to the counties to be eaten by undeserving simpletons.

• The struggles for devolution space between the national and county governments has been mirrored at the county level between the executives

Since 2013 there have been often vicious fights over devolution between county and the national governments.  

The national government — and the deep state — is dominated by centrists who do ...

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