Jam­leck tells Gover­nor Wairia to stop drag­ging my name into his ‘fail­ures’

The Star (Kenya) - - Counties -

Kigumo MP Jam­leck Ka­mau has told Mu­rang’a Gover­nor Mwangi Wairia to stop drag­ging his name into prob­lems fac­ing his gov­ern­ment, espe­cially the on­go­ing health work­ers strike.

He ac­cused the gover­nor of us­ing other lead­ers as scape­goats when he is put in the spot­light on is­sues af­fect­ing the county gov­ern­ment. Ka­mau spoke in his of­fice on Monday. “For in­stance, he has blamed me for all his in­ad­e­qua­cies, start­ing with the EACC of­fi­cers raid at his of­fice, the im­peach­ment by MCAs and the re­cent ques­tion­ing by the Sen­ate on the over­priced land at Kenol,” he said.

At the week­end, Wairia al­leged that Ka­mau is re­spon­si­ble for the strike that has af­fected Mu­ranga health work­ers and mor­tu­ary at­ten­dants. The health work­ers are protest­ing against de­lays of their Septem­ber and Oc­to­ber salaries.

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