Nakuru Governor under pressure to fire top county officials
01 July 2016, 21:02
Nakuru - MCA’s from Nakuru county have called on governor kinuthia mbugua to move with speed and implement the resolution of the county assembly of Nakuru to send home the county secretary Joseph MotarI, public service chief officer Phillip Sigei and 180 workers hired irregularly.
Addressing the press on Friday the MCA’s led by Steve Kihara said that it would only be prudent for the governor to respect the wish of the people of Nakuru as depicted through their elected leaders.
The two senior officers were implicated as chief architects of a cartel that saw workers hired irregularly.
An adhoc committee led by Dundori MCA Steve kihara made the recommendations of sacking top county officials in a report that was tabled and adopted by the county assembly of Nakuru on Wednesday.
The governor has been a given a 14 days window within which to effect the resolution of the assembly.
Initial reports had indicated that the two officers were intending to move to court to seek for restraining orders although as at morning today, they were said to be in a closed door meeting with governor kinuthia mbugua.
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