Woes in Kitui County are far from closing stages as new dramas unfold every passing moment.
Recently, Kitui Governor,Kaluki Ngilu visited several top officials among them Dr. Fred Matiang’i, CS Interior and coordination of national government ministry, where according to his communication team, she had paid him a courtesy call at his office in Harambee house on Tuesday, 27th august.
The following day, Wednesday, 28th august she visited the former prime minister, Hon. Raila Odinga where as reported by her press persons, they discussed women leadership and how they can support president Uhuru’s big 4 agenda.
Back in Kitui county, her high profile visits signify different motives.
Kitui Majority Leader, Hon Peter Kilonzo commonly called Tangawizi, stated that the county boss is looking for defense from these leaders for her administration has majored on graft, graft and graft.
“I call upon our Mps and other representatives at national levels to be very alert and ensure that Ngilu doesn’t get the cover up she seeks,” pleaded Kilonzo.
Tangawizi, who is also the Athi ward representative together with a bigger part of had the house want Governor Ngilu arrested like other suspected corrupt governors as according to him, her pinnacle manifesto has turned out to be corruption.
Let’s all come together to save Kitui
In addition, the wiper county legislator has called upon everyone to take part in impeaching Ngilu, a process the Mcas disclosed that it is still underway to salvage Kitui residents from a regime that has fully ignored people’s wants and needs.
“We need to see religious leaders, professionals, and everyone joining hands to save Kitui, else the county will perish. Don’t leave this task to Mcas alone please,” pleaded Majority leader.
Peter also challenged the multiagency to work as fast as possible as roots of serious impunity and abuse of office have been witnessed in Kitui.
Commenting on revenue allocation standoff between the senate and national assembly,Tangawizi said he does not understand why Governors are calling for more money and threatening to strike yet they cannot well utilize previous amounts allocated to counties.
“If Kitui’s case is something to go by, then I second president Uhuru Kenyatta that they should work with the available money.” Tangawizi added
Tangawizi was speaking at Mui ward, during the send off of Mzee Joseph Mbaya, father to Mui Mca, Jacob Mbaya Kavolonza.