Fire on Sunday evening razed a section of Kisumu County offices.
During the incident, most computers at IFMIS office were destroyed before the fire was contained.
However, questions have continued to rise following the incident.
Over the recent past, most offices, especially finance offices have been razed down in what many are now speculating to be a way of destroying evidence.
This has been happening mostly in devolved units suspected of corruption.
In September 2017, fire burnt down Migori County offices leading to the destruction of crucial documents.
The former Auditor General Edward Ouko was unable to audit the county since Ksh 1.5 billion receipts were missing.
The cause of the fire that razed the Migori County Procurement stores remained unknown.
In July 2019, the Kitui County Finance offices were razed down by a fire.
A year before the incident, a fire broke out at a private building housing the Kitui County Government offices.
The fire destroyed vital documents and property in five departments. Environment, Tourism and Education were among the departments affected.
In September 2019, Busia County finance offices were gutted by a fire that broke out at 2am.
The incident that destroyed property of unknown value happened within the vicinity of a fire engine at the county headquarters.
A statement from the county stated that investigations were underway to establish what started the inferno.
This trend among Counties has now continued to raise questions, with many now speculating that the county chiefs are intentionally destroying evidences in graft allegations.
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