Ngilu Reads Riot Act, as MCAs Vow Not to pass Supplementary Budget.

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Kitui Governor Charity Kaluki Ngilu has asked county Assembly representatives to either choose to work for the people and avoid petty politics or do it the makueni way we are ready for them the County boss, fumed.
The Governor has said the Mcas are saying the Governor is not from Wiper that's why they are frustrating her and are have Vowed to shoot down the supplementary budget,I the Governor will traverse the whole county to tell musangi what MCAs are doing to me, The Governor said these wiper MCAs are the Problem "Kikulacho kinguoni mwako"..They are letting Our party leader Dr Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka down.

Mutomo kibwea Mca hon Masaku said the County government of kitui is not committed for service delivery for her residents in kitui south.

The MCA said they will shoot down the county supplementary budget and Cooperative Bill on thursday because there are alot which needs close strutiny like stalled Kangu kangu water project.kibwea MCA candidly declares his stand on the county corporations bill.

He says this is a misguided bill that is directed on benefiting few people at the expense of our people. He reiterates that the county is in improper move and needs a proper CA surveillance, as the debate rages, The motion Mover is said to have been changed to cover tracking by county supporters,
Majority of Mcas have raised reservations for support of Thursday budget and impeachment motions fearing public backlash. Government allied are planning a campaign against “kichwa ngumu Mcas Kennedy Wamalombe told our repoters.

Kitui East, kitui central , kitui west , kitui rural Mcas and part of South have said… We can’t let our son loose “our big CEC seat”
Why it may not succeed
Wiper leader is expected read riot act to wiper Mcas.

Minority leadership in CA is under serious scrutiny. A young Mca from Central will not accept a government he fought to get, going down. It cannot happen.

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