Parliamentary security Committee Visits volatile Ukasi in Mwingi


The National Parliamentary security Committee led by it’s chairperson Hon Koingage visited unstable Ukasi area which has borne the brunt of insecurity in Mwingi, the COUNTY DIARY can report.

Mwingi Central Member of Parliament Dr Gideon Mulyungi led the Committee in Exploring the the area for fact finding Mission, this comes barely three month after Mp petitioned the National Assembly over insecurity and Shifta/Camels Menance in kitui.

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MP MULYUNGI on Saturday hosted the Parliamentary Committee On Security led by Chairman Hon. Koinange at his constituency in UKASI after flying to the epicentres occupied by Somali herders/ bandits and their hundreds of camels at Sosoma, Mwanzele, Katumba and Kamuluyuni,during which more than 2,000 residents presented their grivancies as explained by the Mp’s Petition to Parliament last three month.

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The Committee has promised to look into the Matter and start flushing out the bandits and their camels including beefing up the NPR security in the volatile areas of Kitui/Tana River Border.

The high-powered delegation included Kitui East MP Mbai, MP Koyi and the secretary to the committee. Mulyungi also met fascinated crowds along Ukasi-Mwingi road including at Ukasi, Kiwanja, Kasteni, and Kabati in the evening who congratulated him for his endeavors.

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The Parliamentary Security committee was in two days visit in Kitui accompanied by MPs, They started on Friday by visiting the displaced residents of Mutha, Imuumba, and Inyale in Kitui South