County Secretary Mkare
The functions of the County Secretary in Kenya are important in the coordination of the county executive. Section 44 of the County Governments Act establishes The Office of the County Secretary. The County Secretary is the secretary to the county executive committee. He is is an ex officio member of the County Executive Committee with no voting rights.
The County Secretary In Kilifi County is performs the following functions: The county secretary is the head of the county public service (Article 235 of the Kenyan Constitution). Public service means the collectivity of all individuals, other than State officers, performing a function within a State organ. The county secretary is responsible for arranging the business and keeping the minutes, of the county executive committee subject to the directions of the executive committee. The county secretary also conveys the decisions of the county executive committee to the appropriate persons or authorities. Lastly, the county secretary may perform any other functions as directed by the county executive committee. The County Public Service Board may delegate, in writing, any of its functions to the county secretary. The national government ministry or government department responsible for matters relating to intergovernmental relations may, in collaboration with the relevant county secretary, consult with the cabinet secretary for finance on any matter of support relating to finance at the county level.