The Nyandarua county assembly sitting has been postponed after chaos erupted during the session as the members of county assembly blocked Ndegwa Wahome from accessing his office.
According to the statement shared, the county assembly has postponed its meeting till this month on 12 after the members attacked the speaker of the county over politicking.
The members of the county assembly blamed the speaker after he officially urged the MCA's to vote for the deputy president William Samoei Ruto in 2022.
They chaos commenced immediately after the speaker endorsed deputy president as the successor of president Uhuru Kenyatta.
His move sparked mixed reaction after the leaders started shouting in Raila's name as others too shouted in Ruto's name. The move by the MCA caused tension within the parliament causing the business within the house as majority demanded the speaker to take off after he disowned to support Raila Odinga. Do you believe with the move by the members of parliament? Kindly share your views.
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