There is a solution to the boundaries row, claims the ISK PDF Print E-mail
The Institution of Surveyors of Kenya (ISK) has offered technical expertise and advise to help resolve the constituency boundaries stand-off. According to ISK chairman and APSEA member Mr. Collins Kowuor, professionals are capable of properly mapping out attributes of boundary areas under review according to the population size and trends in a given area. He went on to argue that other factors to be considered include social amenities, economic development factors and infrastructure within an area. According to Mr. Kowuor,
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