Embu governor elect Cecily Mbarire has protested the transfer of county commissioner from Uasin Gishu county to Embu county. The transfer of Uasin Gishu county commissioner Stephen Kihara comes days after Oscar Sudi made damning allegations about him.[Photo Courtesy] Embu governor Cecily Mbarire.
While attending one of the events last week, Oscar Sudi said that the county commissioner will be transferred as soon as possible for inciting the people of Uasin Gishu. Less than a week after such allegations came into public knowledge, Mr Kihara was among another county commissioners who were reshuffled.
The decision by the top security officials including Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i and Karanja Kibicho to transfer the county commissioner to Embu has angered Embu governor. Ms Mbarire said that Mr Kiharu was used to create tribal animosity, fear and and division in Uasin Gishu county.
"Fred Matiang'i and Karanja Kibicho, Kihara was used by your office to create fear, division and tribal animosity in Uasin Gishu county during the campaigns. Embu is not the dumping ground for bad leaders. Keep him and cleanse him elsewhere." Cecily Mbarire alleged.
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