Narok County Assembly Majority leader resigns

By KBC Reporter

The Narok County Assembly Majority leader, Stephen Saibulo Ole Kudate, has resigned from office.

Kudate who tendered his resignation alleges that he has been frustrated by the Governor Samuel Ole

Tunai and curtailed from performing his duties.

He alleges that under the leadership of Governor Tunai  “it has been impossible for leaders and staff at the County assembly to perform their duties.”

Kudate insisted that he will be joining other leaders who have been advocating for change in the governance of Narok county.

The Maji Moto- Narosura ward MCA said the county was lagging behind in the provision of Education and Health services.

The MCA who was once a close ally to the governor, stated that he will be working with other leaders in ensuring that the Narok County gets a change in leadership of the County.


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