The political heat is still striking Kisii County after the Kitutu Chache North Member of parliament Hon. Japheth Nyakundi claimed that the current Kisii governor Hon Simba Arati is unfairly targeting county officials who were loyal to the former Kisii governor Hon James Ongwae.
James Ongwae who currently ditched Orange Democratic Party Movement (ODM) party and joined United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party led by president William Ruto is a political rival to Hon Simba Arati, an ODM party loyalist. MP Japheth Nyakundi lectured Governor Simba Arati over alleged mismanagement of county affairs in Kisii County.
Analyst Abuga Makori tweeted, “Kisii County politics getting interesting everyday. Kitutu Chache North MP Japheth Nyakundi lecturing Governor Simba Arati over alleged mismanagement of county affairs. He claims Arati is unfairly targeting county staff loyal to former Governor Hon. James Ongwae. Tough times ahead.”
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