Oparanya: We don’t have money for MCAs car loans, mortgages
SEE ALSO :MCA beats up father’s lover, takes carThe governor said the management of the assembly should look for ways of recovering the money from MCAs who lost in the last elections so they could get enough money to service car loans and mortgages for the current assembly. According to Oparanya, the MCAs ousted Speaker Morris Buluma and the clerk Patrick Kamwesar over claims the two had refused to give them money for car loans and mortgages. Ill advised “The purported impeachment of the top leaders of the house by MCAs was ill advised. The speaker has not declined to give them the money they are demanding, it’s not there. Furthermore, the process used to impeach the speaker was illegal,” said Oparanya, adding: “I had a meeting with the agitated MCAs during the Trade and Investment Conference in Bomet for the Lake Region Economic Bloc, and agreed to bury the hatchet... for the good of the electorate.” Mr Buluma defended his position, saying the MCAs had not received the loans since the previous members had not fully repaid theirs, making it difficult to service the same for the current members.
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