Judy Akuma @PeopleDailyKe
Members of Nyandarua County Assembly have condemned the way in which their counterparts from Murang’a conducted themselves over leadership disputes.
Addressing the press at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies in Nairobi yesterday, the Ward Reps’ chairperson Simon Mburu (pictured) urged the Murang’a leaders to resolve wrangles in a civilised manner.
“We urge our colleagues from Murang’a to stop the shameful acts of fighting in public and focus on working towards the good of the people. If there are any internal disagreements, they should follow the due process of the law and resolve it in a civilised manner,” Mburu said.
Shamata ward MCA Reuben Gitau said the law should be followed while electing County Assembly leaders and appealed to all leaders to desist from fights but ensure they work towards delivering the promises they made to their electorate.