Kenya Kwanza Members of Parliament made another decision to suck administrators who campaigned against President William Ruto during the campaigns.
During a meeting opened by the deputy president, the MPs argued that the administrators had roles in Azimio. Following these claims, they (state officers) are supposed to be fired according to the lawmakers.
The members of the Parliament also listed 3 state officers who are supposed to be kicked out of their offices. The three include Rift Valley Regional Commissioner Maalim Mohamed, Jacob Narengo from Wajir and KURA Director General Silas Kinoti.
According to a reliable source, Trans Nzoia County Commissioner Samson Ojwang, Stephen Kihara of Uasin Gishu and Erastus Mbui of Nakuru were also rumoured to face the music.
In addition, the members of Parliament also told the President to go after heads of parastatals who were campaigning for the former prime minister Raila Odinga.
"We want the parastatal heads to account for the money spent in the campaigns," an MP said
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