We promise to involve the people in governance and to ensure better implementation of policies at the grass root level.
The County Assembly of Nyeri was established in March 2013 after the general election; the Assembly spent much of its early existence establishing structures for efficient and effective legislation. Officially inaugurated on 22nd March, 2013, the second County Assembly of Nyeri constitutes of 30 elected Ward Representatives and 14 Specially Elected Members. Currently there are two political parties represented in the Assembly i.e. Jubilee, PNU and the Independent Party Member.
The purpose of this website is to act as a link between the Assembly, the electorate and all stakeholders. It details the commitment of the Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) and Staff in ensuring that Nyeri County is well represented, necessary legislations are enacted, and oversight of the Executive is done accordingly. It thus conveys our vision of becoming an effective, efficient and trans formative Assembly.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FORUM ON THE NYERI COUNTY ANNUAL BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2018/19
Pursuant to Articles 10 (2), 196 (1) (b), 201 (a) 232(1) (d) and (f) of the Constitution of Kenya, Section 129, 130 and 131 of the Public Finance Management Act,
RULING ON WHETHER THE ASSEMBLY’S COMMITTEE ON APPOINTMENTS HAS THE MANDATE TO VET DEPUTY GOVERNOR & THE VOTING THRESHOLD
• WHETHER THE ASSEMBLY’S COMMITTEE ON APPOINTMENTS HAS THE MANDATE TO VET AND CONSIDER THE SUITABILITY OF NOMINEE FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE OFFICE OF DEPUTY GOVERNOR. • THE VOTING THRESHOLD
CALENDAR OF THE COUNTY ASSEMBLY OF NYERI (SECOND SESSION) SCHEDULE PERIOD DAYS SECOND SESSION 13TH February – 6th December, 2018 FIRST PART A. Sittings Days Tuesday, 13th