Two sets of speeches will be read during this year’s June 1 Madaraka day celebrations in the counties.
There will be one for Governors and another for County Commissioners.
This is designed to cut out the supremacy cold war between the two sets of county leaders.
An impeccable source said the president’s speech will be read by the County Commissioners and the Governors will read their own speeches.
The source indicated that the commissioners will take the salute as members of the disciplined forces march past the dias while Governors will stand still.
It has not yet been established who between the two will host the Madaraka Day luncheon.
In some counties, Governors and County Commissioners do not see eye to eye.