MCA says fighting helped them communicate better
13 March 2015, 10:20
Nakuru - A member of the Nakuru county assembly has said that the recent brawl witnessed at the assembly chambers helped the MCAs to express themselves well.
Lakeview MCA, Samuel Wanyoike Wanango defended the war in the county assembly saying that it had helped members to respect each other.
Speaking at Nakuru town Thursday morning, Wanyoike cited that majority of the members held grudges against each other but could not express themselves.
“It was necessary they clear the beef they had with each other. We had a very peaceful morning session and the afternoon went on well. Many of the MCAs have stopped taking people for granted or intimidating each other,” he added.
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Wanango claimed that the differences had made it very hard for them to debate well in the assembly.
“Everyone held grudges and since last week, people have been shouting at each other and the fighting helped us to express our anger and settle the grudges. However, this does not mean that we are not a serious house,” he added.
“We have very serious bills that are supposed to be discussed and passed. However, the issue of the Majority leader is important and we hope to solve it soon before we continue with our debates,” he added.
He also cited that they were willing to work with anyone who was after development in the County.
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