Bomet MCAs slam MP Ng’eno for visits that divide
Emurua Dikiir MP Johana Ng’eno should stop meddling in the affairs of Bomet county and instead concentrate on issues affecting his people at the constituency, some county MCAs have said. Emurua Dikiir is in Narok county. Ng’eno has partnered with Bomet Governor Isaac Rutto in lobbying for the newly formed Chama Cha Mashinani.
The MCAs allied to the Jubilee Party yesterday said the MP’s many visits add no value to development, but “sow seeds of discord” among politicians and residents in various political parties.
They spoke to the press outside the county assembly. They said Ng’eno has become a political tourist in Bomet, yet he has not addressed the many social and economic problems that ail Emurua Dikiir which are a threat to peace.
“We are dismayed by his frequent visits, behaving as if we have sought his services to dictate to our people which party they should join,” Ndarawetta MCA Josphat Kirui said.
The more than 15 MCAs claimed Bomet residents are now sharply divided as a result of being misled by ‘outsider’ politicians who preach hate.