In the recent provisionals party nominations of Kenya, Kiambu Governor William Kabogo tried his best to gain numerous followers and support from the county of Kiambu, however, he did not manage to emerge the Jubilee Party flag bearer for the upcoming elections in August 8th 2017.
Despite all, Kiambu County Governor William Kabogo has been selected as the new Chief Whip of the Chamber/ Council of Governors (CoG) a position that was beforehand held by Marsabit Governor Ukur Yattani.
In a meeting that united all the 47 governors, Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok was chosen as the new Chairman of the CoG, assuming control from Meru County Governor Peter Munya.
Taita Taveta Representative John Mruttu was re-chosen for another time as the Deputy of the Committee of Governors. Munya, in his end of term discourse, called attention to that in spite of the fact that devolution has confronted horde challenges, there was a positive effect felt by Kenyan citizens.
Governor Nanok turns into the third Governor to hold the seat with the first CoG being Bomet Givernor Isaac Rutto who held the position from 2013 until May 21, 2015.
As per the Kenyan Constitution, the seat of the CoG is just guaranteed for one to serve for two term’s, that being one year each (total of 2 years).