Ruto castigates Nakuru MCAs for fighting at the Assembly
16 March 2015, 22:24
Nakuru - Deputy President, William Ruto has castigated Nakuru MCAs for fighting at the assembly chambers recently.
Ruto said that Nakuru MCAs have ashamed the government in a big way for going physical over power at the County assembly.
“Nakuru MCAs you have really ashamed the government for causing chaos at the assembly. That is not what we stand for,” he said.
Speaking at Kiamaina Primary school in Bahati constituency, Ruto said that the Jubilee government will no longer tolerate any squabbles that arise from the Nakuru assembly.
The deputy President maintained that MCAs needed to start solving their problems in amicable way other than fighting.
“We will not accept the kind of chaos we saw in the media, of MCAs fighting. You have to find a better way to solve your differences,” he said.
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Ruto also noted that the government will not allow any leader to bring disharmony in Nakuru, calling on the assembly Speaker, Susan Kihika to put her house in order to help them realize their dreams.
Kihika, who was also present at the event, however assured him that they have already solved their differences.
“Let me assure you deputy President that we have already solved the small problem we had and now we are ready to work for our County residents,” she said.
"What you saw will never happen and Nakuru County Assembly is very united than ever before,” Kihika added.
The MCAs exchanged blows last Tuesday over proposed House amendments, adding more heat to ongoing wrangles between leader of Majority between Samuel Waithuki and George Mwaura.
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