Stick to your lane, Jamleck tells Wairia
Says governor should not lecture leaders over the Northern Collector Tunnel
Kigumo MP Jamleck Kamau has urged Murang’a Governor Mwangi Wairia to keep off other leaders’ affairs and stop ordering them around.
He said Wairia should stop being “dictatorial” and stick to his mandate as governor.
“In Murang’a, we do not want a prefect to order us around because we all are elected by the people and must stick to serving them the best way we can,” Kamau said.
He was referring to the governor’s remarks that Murang’a MPs give their input on the Northern Collector Tunnel project.
“I want MPs Jamleck Kamau, Irungu Kang’ata, Tyrus Ngahu and Peter Kamande to state their position on the issue so we know what they think of the Jubilee government,” Wairia said.
The tunnel will collect water from Makomboki for use in Nairobi.
Kamau said, “The governor should not try to portray himself as the perfect one because we as leaders must take into consideration all aspects of the tunnel before we address the public. That is what shows maturity and soberness in politics.”
The governor aspirant urged leaders not to mix politics with the water issue so they get a lasting solution to Murang’a residents’ problems.