Nakuru Senator supports move to recall Governor
24 November 2014, 12:31
Nakuru - Nakuru Senator, James Mungai has supported the move by two Nakuru MPs to to initiate a recall process for Nakuru Governor Kinuthia Mbugua over alleged corruption in his government.
The two MPs Kimani Ngunjiri-Bahati and Samuel Arama - Nakuru town West have launched a campaign dubbed 'Okoa Nakuru' whereby they will be forcing the County chief out of office for allergedly misusing his office.
While declairing his move, Mungai accused the County government of carrying out demolition of kiosks in Molo town without consulting the local leadership and business people.
Mungai added that he was going to join the leaders in the 'Okoa Nakuru' campaign to force the Governor out of office because he no longer serves the interests of locals.
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The Senator added that destruction of kiosks and constant harassment of traders will not be condoned at all.
An earlier statement from the Governor's office through the director of communication, Eddy Kimani, indicated that demolition of all illegal structures will continue in order to bring sanity in major townships within the County.
It stated that all owners of illegal and unplanned structures built on parking lots, road reserves and all restricted areas will be demolished and that their owners should with immediate effect remove their wares to avoid any loss.
In the past week, several kiosks were demolished in Molo town forcing angry traders to throw stones at County askaris.
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