Set up laws to deal with conflicts between Governors and their Deputies, Senate told

Trans Nzoia Deputy Governor Stanley Tarus has asked the Senate to hasten laws that will outline and clearly define the role of deputy county chiefs to avoid conflicts between them and their bosses.

He said the resignation of Polycarp Igathe was regrettable but also served as a wake-up call on the need to have clear laws regulating the replacement of deputy governors.

Tarus said he wants the current governors and deputies to avoid political conflicts that may undermine stability and growth in the devolved administrative units.