The governor of Bungoma county Wycliife Wafula Wangamati is having a hard time with Emmanuel Situma who serves as the speaker of the county assembly. The two have a misunderstanding over some of the things raised by the governor over a local Sulwe FM radio concerning the Members of the County Assembly[MCAs] of Bungoma.
While speaking on the radio recently, the governor had alleged that the does not have enough money necessary for providing car grants to the county MCAs. He also added that the county has no budget for Members of the County Assembly even after the president of the republic of Kenya had given an order for them to be give car grants.
According to the county assembly speaker, the governor's way of speaking especially on matters surrounding the MCAs is misleading and creates divisiveness. We hope there will be talks concerning these issues so that they are resolved in an amicable manner to ensure the county assembly and the executive of Bungoma get to perform their duties in the best interest of Bungoma citizens.
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