Bungoma leaders asked to end row

Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka has advised Bungoma leaders to stop washing dirt linen in public.

Speaking at Kimaeti village in Bumula constituency, Lusaka regretted that local leaders had lost respect and were busy attacking one another before the electorate.

He said elected leaders should respect one another if they wanted their voters to respect them back.

“If the leaders do not change and work together they will remain a laughing stock by leaders from neighboring counties,” he said.

Lusaka was reacting to an incident where Bumula MP Mwambu Mabonga and Devolution Cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa attacked each other at a funeral.

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