Matungulu MP condemns Mutua’s leadership
22 August 2014, 08:03
Nairobi – Matungulu MP, Stephen Mule has condemned Governor Alfred Mutua of poor leadership due to the ongoing wrangles of intimidating his deputy, Benard Kiala.
Mule said Mutua should work with his deputy because both were elected by Machakos residents to improve their lives not the witnessed unconstructive disagreements.
“I don’t support what is happening in Machakos between Governor Mutua and Kiala. If Mutua does not want to work with Kiala, then he should resign, be re-elected and work with another person on the party he wants,” said Mule.
He added that the act of breaking into the Kiala’s office and vandalizing it was unethical and questioned why the police have not carried out investigations to arrest responsible persons.
“It is not good for someone to break into a public servant’s office and vandalize it. I don’t know why the police have not intervened to bring to book those involved,” said Mule.
Mule said the County’s MPs are will soon address the press regarding their stand on ongoing disputes between Mutua and Kiala but he maintained that the two Machakos principals should work together because they were elected on Wiper ticket.
After the Senate found Kiala blameless of the allegations against him, Mutua warned those opposed to his leadership to shun or else deal with them.
Kiala after getting his office vandalized and the secretary suspended, he called on Wiper Party leader, Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka to intervene in the matter.
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