Kikuyu Member of Parliament and National Assembly Majority Leader Honourable Kimani Ichung'wah, has now revealed on what might happened to governors who will not work with President William Ruto for the sake of development purposes.
In a statement via The Star Kenya on Twitter, the vocal United Democratic Alliance (UDA) legislator said that due to the bad attitude that some governors have on President William Ruto, their counties may end up lagging behind in developments.
Though Ichung'wah preferred not to reveal the names of the the governors, ha said that they should work closely with the Head of State so that Kenyans can benefit from the relationship between the County Government and National Government.
"Very soon there might be trouble in a number of counties because of the attitude of some governors," exclaimed Ichung'wah.
He further urged governors to emulate President William Ruto who he said was always listening before acting.
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