Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has said he fully supports the recently launched Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) report.
The governor said as devolved units, they are happy with the proposal to increase resources allocated to counties from 15 percent to 35 percent.
Speaking to the press on Friday, Governor Sang particularly pointed out that he was in support of the proposal to have the President appoint part of the Cabinet from parliamentarians.
The proposal states:”The Cabinet shall be drawn from both parliamentarians and technocrats.”
Sang said the proposal should extend to county governments to allow governors to appoint Members of County Assemblies(MCAs) as executives.
“We hope the same applies for us in counties where we will have half of the CECs from the county assembly and the other half being professional,”said Sang.
At the same time, Governor Sang welcomed the proposal that a running mate of every candidate for the position of governor should be of the opposite gender.
The County Boss said he has already set the pace by picking a female deputy- Dr Yulita Cheruiyot.
“For me in Nandi I have complied with that and I think it makes a lot of sense,”added sang.
He noted that the recently launched BBI report is an excellent document that needs to be implemented.