The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) came upon a fresh dispute in the Mt. Kenya region following a confrontation between parliamentarians in Murang'a county.
Betty Maina, a representative for Murang'a County's women, attacked Water CS Alice Wahome after the Kandara by-election, which was held on Thursday, January 5. Betty Maina claimed that Alice Wahome neglected her duties in favor of engaging in shady politics.
Alice allegedly supported Titus Njau Mbuchu of Ford Asili against Chege Njuguna of the UDA, who won, which only strengthened Maina's accusations.
I humbly request that Ruto instruct the ministers to focus on their duties and leave politics to the politicians. "Murang'a is not the Ministry of Water; she is a CS and not a villager," the member responded.
If she brings up political problems from the hamlet, we'll make her a villager. She stated she needed to concentrate on her profession.
The Muranga leaders, on the other hand, did not downplay her emotions and compelled her to respect the minister.
Diana Muthoni (Kandara) and Abiria Chege, members of the Member County Assembly (MCA), on behalf of Wahome, demanding an apology from Maina (Mathioya).
Peter Mbugua, a different lawmaker, applauded President Ruto for appointing Wahome as the Cabinet Secretary for Water and suggested that she would be Maragua's savior because it is one of the regions most severely impacted by water shortages.
"Betty, where do you think you'll get your water from if Wahome isn't there to help? You will strangle advancement with your words if you get involved in politics.
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