Front Alliance Party wades in Kirinyaga woes

Mr Joe Kangocho addresses the media in a past function.

By Josaya Mutugi

Front Alliance political party Secretary General Joe Kanguchu has urged the antagonising parties in Kirinyaga County to come to a truce and respect the outcome of the 11-member Senate Committee which is investigating the governor.

Mr Kanguchu says the two conflicting parties must come together and bury the hatchet after the committee findings saying they will only either endorse or reject the County Assembly’s decision of impeaching the governor.

“By the end of the day the Committee will have either a yes or no on the impeachment motion against the governor so it’s advisable that if they confirm the Assembly’s decision, Ms Waiguru and her team should welcome the decision and of they don’t the Assembly on the other hand must appreciate the Committee and move on to work with the governor to complete the journey together,” he said.

He at the same time hailed President Uhuru Kenyatta for his purge against the defiant leaders saying some of the leaders had negated their cardinal duty of supporting the President.

He said when the President assumed power, he gave leaders the free hand to delivering his promises but some of them chose the corruption path while others chose early campaigns.



Mr Kanguchu called for truce for Kirinyaga wars

“Let’s forget about yesta wars and focus on development 2022 politics will come and people will decide,” he said.

He said his party will work with likeminded leaders to come up with w formidable coslrion ahead of 2022 Presidential elections

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