Governor, rival allies clash over song bias
SEE ALSO :Effort to vaccinate animals a successRivals hurled insults and exchanged blows, prompting women and children to flee. Police officers had to intervene to restore calm at the forum that was attended by area MP David Pkosing. The supremacy battles have been on social media and social interaction, with no camp willing to share a podium during some functions in the county.
Game planTeam Lonyangapuo is keen to clinch retain the position in 2022 while Kachapin’s camp is working to recapture the seat. Each team has been crisscrossing the county supporting the Big 4 Agenda, with Kachapin saying he has no time for politics at the moment.
SEE ALSO :Lonyangapuo reshuffles his CabinetKachapin noted that there is need to advocate delivery of government projects across the country without politicising the Big 4 agenda. Lonyangapuo, who was elected on a Kanu ticket in 2017, insists that the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga needs to be emulated at the county level. “I was invited by the boda boda group for a funds drive. I didn’t come here to battle with anyone. Every politician should be accorded the respect he or she deserves. Wrangles will derail our people from getting services," he said.
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