Governor Alfred Mutua Names The Leader to Blame for Political Chaos After the CAS's Appointments
By E.Premier_League | self meida writer
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The citizen TV news anchor Trevor Ombija has today hosted leaders from different parts of the country to discuss the political progress of the country during the day break show. Among the leaders are Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, the Soy MP Caleb Kositany, the Senate majority whip Kimani Wamatangi and the MP Otiende Omollo.
It is during the show that the Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader has cleared air, revealing the person behind the political chaos in the country that have been experienced of late. In his argument where he has allegedly mentioned the president as the main cause, Mutua has said that the president appointed CAS's for patronage and not their abilities since there is a person he fired in his cabinet for corruption but Uhuru went ahead to appoint him.
"If there’s anyone to blame for the political chaos in this country it is Pres. Kenyatta. Pres. Kenyatta has appointed CAS’s for patronage not abilities, I see some who I fired from my govt. for corruption & inefficiency #DayBreak." he said.
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