Former Rift Valley Regional Commissioner, George Natembeya's race to be Trans Nzoi governor has suffered a blow after United Democratic Alliance, UDA party vocal Senator, Elgeyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen has said that he was the worst “Terrible" Regional Commissioner who ought to have been fired pointing out his Allegedly character.
Here is Kipchumba's late twit
“George Natembeya was a terrible Regional Commissioner. He was divisive & polarizing. He was solely responsible for setting communities against each other for political reasons. He failed the people of RV & Kerio Valley. His exit is good for the peace in the RV. He should have been fired.
George Natambeya aspires to be the Governor of Trans Nzoia which is a cosmopolitan county. Judging from his performance as RC, such a polarizing, hateful & vengeful dictator is not good for peace & unity of Trans Nzoia. I hope the new RC will be apolitical&focus on peace&conflict resolution"
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