Several Kiambu County Assembly (MCA) members have written to President William Ruto today, urging him to rein in his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, and UDA secretary general, Veronica Maina, for their increasingly autocratic and threatening behaviour.
Angering Members of County Assemblies, led by Ndeiya Ward MCA Nelson Munga, have accused the UDA party's Secretary General, SG, of meddling in the County Assembly's internal affairs by imposing its leadership on them. They allege that Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is complicit in this plot by forcing them to elect an unpopular candidate.
They convened a press conference in the County Assembly buildings, where they called on President William Ruto to rein in party officials trying to kill democracy within the party. They said this after receiving two letters from the Secretary-General on September 26 and 27, 2022, which said that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party had nominated correctly members of the House leadership.
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