Kenya Law at the 3rd Annual Devolution Conference
April 29, 2016
By Emily Nakhungu
Kenya Law attended the 3rd Annual devolution conference held at the Meru National Polytechnic, Meru County from 19th to 23rd April 2016.
The conference was themed “Celebrating Devolution” and the guiding theme was “The promise Of Devolution Consolidating the Gains after Transition And looking Into the Future”.
Kenya Law is mandated to publish the Kenya Law reports and to revise and publish the Laws of Kenya. The participation at the conference was key as it was an opportunity to remind the County heads about the importance of submitting their county legislations to Kenya Law for publishing and dissemination. Kenya Law has developed a dedicated database for hosting laws that are passed by the County Assemblies.
As the official law reporter, all citizens depend on the Kenya Law website for legal information and the devolution Laws are among the most sought for laws.
Governors and other leaders from all the various counties appreciated the work done by Kenya Law and promised to collaborate with the institution in order to make the county legislations easily available to the public.
Kenya Law was represented by the CEO, Mr. Long’et Terer, Ms. Wambui Kamau, Laws of Kenya team leader and two representatives from the Sales, Marketing and customer Department; Carolyne Wairimu and Joseph Asige.