MCAs accuse MP of underrating their level of education
30 September 2014, 15:50
Homa Bay - Homa Bay Town Member of Parliament, Peter Kaluma has refuted allegations made by some of the Members of County Assembly (MCAs) that he underrated their level of education during an interview with one of the local vernacular radio stations.
Kaluma however, clarified that the issue was first tabled before the National Assembly to ascertain the minimum level of education of the MCAs to help discharge their duties which demands for high literacy levels.
Kalumas’ spokesman, Dan Ojode said the MCAs' allegations were fueled by the MP’s opponents who were bent on distracting him from achieving his development goals.
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Ojode added that the achievements they have made so far are as a result of mutual understanding and respect between the MP and MCAs.
The spokesman clarified that the MP has development matters at heart and has no time to respond to such baseless accusations.
He further urged the MCAs to focus on development as that is what is expected of them by the people they represent.
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