Deputy Governor threatens to quit office
06 October 2016, 16:06
Nairobi - A Deputy Governor has threatened to quit office with immediate effect.
According to Jonathan Mueke, the Nairobi Deputy Governor, he will not assume office in the case that Evans Kidero is impeached.
A motion to impeach Governor Kidero was tabled at the assembly by Viwandani MCA Samuel Nyang'wara on Tuesday.
Speaker Alex Magelo committed it to the House Business Committee that will allocate it time for debate.
the unlikely event of forcing the Governor from office on grounds of
the flawed allegations, we will resign from our offices in the spirit of
collective responsibility,” Mueke said.
Kidero was accused of violating the constitution and misappropriating funds.
Nyang'wara said no projects have come to fruition despite the passing of budgets.
" The allegations are politically instigated and should not see the light of day in any way," he added.
deputy defended Kidero as innocent, saying the allegations were false
and that some ward representatives quickly condemned him for selfish
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