Nakuru County workers will be required to declare their wealth as called for by Governor Lee Kinyanjui on Friday.
The Governor who was speaking at a Nakuru hotel is reported by Nation that the declaration will be vital in the management of funds in the county.
Kinyanjui’s sentiments come at a time when county bosses are under a watchful eye by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.
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He was speaking during a workshop organized by the EACC and County Public Service Board (CPSB) on wealth declaration in Nakuru County.
On Thursday Homabay governor Cyprian Awiti appeared before the senate to explain the expenditure of the county.
He was questioned on the annual drop in revenue collected but in his defense, he said it was a result of the hard economy engulfing the country.
Many other governors are expected to be grilled to establish the collection and expenditure of cash allocated to their respective counties.