Nyandarua leaders condemn constant wrangles at the County Assembly

Leaders from Nyandarua County have condemned the constant wrangles witnessed at the County Assembly.

The leaders led by Nyandarua Women Representative Faith Gitau called on the Members of the County Assembly to find an amicable way of solving the wrangles between the two warring factions in the county assembly.

According to the Women Rep the chaos that has previously been experience in the county assembly was halting development in the county.

On Tuesday, drama unfolded at the County Assembly during the afternoon Session as the factions of MCAs allied to Speaker Ndegwa Wahome and Governor Francis Kimemia, engaged in a fist fight.

Speaking after the chaotic Tuesday afternoon sessions, Governor Francis Kimemia and a faction of MCAs led by Majority Leader Kingori Wambugu accused their counterparts and Ms Gitau for hiring goons in a bid to halt the session.

But Ms Gitau who spoke in Ol Kalou town where she distributed visited hundreds of affected traders who were affected by the recent demolition of business structures along the Gilgil-Nyanururu railway line, denied claims of hiring goons to disrupt the assembly sessions and peace in the county.

The lawmaker who also distributed goodies to the affected traders also called on the County government to find a way of helping the affected traders and families.

Embattled Speaker Wahome had earlier been barred from presiding over the day’s business, until a case he filed before a Nakuru court, was heard and determined.

Wahome was impeached a fortnight ago, during a sitting that saw seven MCAs allied to him, suspended from the House by Jubilee, paving way for his ouster as 26 MCAs voted against him.

The suspended MCAs have since moved to court challenging the matter, with more facing the party wrath, said to be sponsored by Governor Kimemia, who Wahome has boldly challenged his administration.

  

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