The dispute surrounding the stalled multimillion-shilling Nandi County workplace advanced has intensified after governor Stephen Sang’s administration maintained that it might not full the undertaking the previous regime initiated.
The Sh130 million undertaking stalled within the run-up to the 2017 Basic Election.
Deputy governor Yulta Mitei on Friday the county halted the undertaking as a result of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Fee (EACC) has investigating integrity points raised on the standing of the constructing since final 12 months.
Dr Mitei mentioned the devolved unit had established poorly executed works on the stalled undertaking, which may end in demolition.
“We’re ready for a remaining phrase from the anti-corruption company earlier than taking subsequent plan of action,” he mentioned in Kapsabet within the firm of two EACC commissioners Daabar Maalim and Sophia Lepuchirit.
She mentioned the county is looking for Sh220 million to have the stalled undertaking executed afresh and accomplished earlier than the subsequent Basic Election.
She denied claims that Mr Sang’s administration is irritating the undertaking former governor Cleophas Lagat initiated.
Dr Mitei mentioned aside from EACC, the Nationwide Building Authority and Public Works ministry have additionally raised queries on the undertaking.
“We’re dedicated to having our personal workplaces. Because the launch of devolution, the governor and high officers have been working from nationwide authorities workplaces in Kapsabet,” she mentioned.