Senator's criticism on governor soars as 2022 beckons
SEE ALSO :Leaders affected as hotels closedYesterday Outa said the governor "lagged behind" in fulfilling his campaign promises. "The Kachok dumpsite is one of the projects that the governor promised to handle in his first 100 days in office. Two years down the line and we are still on the dumpsite," the senator claimed on a popular vernacular radio show yesterday. He refuted claims that he turned against Nyong'o after he was denied tenders and job slots in county offices. But in a rejoinder, Nyong'o's spokesman Alloys Ager accused Outa of exhibiting bitterness. He asked the senator to play his oversight role soberly and stop sabotaging development. “He should be in the Senate addressing matters affecting the county rather than speaking at funerals on matters he is not sure of," he said. He accused the senator of fueling wrangles between the local assembly and the Executive, especially on the controversial county Budget estimates. Mr Ager equally asked the senator to provide evidence on the alleged overpricing of the governor's car, adding that Outa had never been to the governor's office for candid development talks. "He should stop complaining and come to the office if he wants to talk on matters development," Ager said. He added that removal of garbage from the Kachok dumpsite was almost complete.
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