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|Analysis of Legal and Developmental Implications of the County System of Governance in Kenya Presented:
|Adhiambo, Sophia Sharon
|Legal and Developmental
Governance in Kenya
|Kampala International University, School of law
|Kenya is in urgent need of a more intense shift towards a focus on development. No one is more aware of this need than the citizens as was discerned from the county visit submissions done by the l’ask Force on Devolved Government and published in their draft report. They made it clear that the mission for the counties would and should be that of achieving positive development outcomes for the citizens. Some of these outcomes included job creation, harnessing local potential, integrating the counties with the nation, amongest others. It is on this basis that the counties will be premised. On the foundations of developmental devolved government committed to incorporating citizen participation to determine inclusive and sustainable mechanisms for growing county competitiveness. building and maintaining quality places, promoting inclusive growth and generally managing counties for prosperity The prosperity of the new counties and therefore that of the Kenyan people, individually and as a whole is dependent on enhancing access to opportunity to all citizens while ensuring adequate environmental protection. As the nation struggle to attain and maintain economic competitiveness, the constraining effect of administration ice boundaries becomes a .natter of concern
|A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of Law in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of Bachelor of Laws Degree in Kampala International University.
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|Bachelor of Laws
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