Munyiri who supported Kawira’s move has however said it is bad that every meeting Kawira attends, her husband is there.
Speaking to NTV, the former deputy mayor said the presence of Baicu in meetings will intimidate other county workers.
“Being the first gentleman is not a bad thing. Ile mbaya ni kwa mkutano zote Kawira anaenda bwana yake ako hapo. (The bad thing is that every meeting that Kawira goes her husband is there). That is bad because it will intimidate county government workers,” he said.
Munyiri who lauded Kawira for appointing her husband further said that Baicu should be paid, this is after Governor Kawira said that her husband will not be paid since he will be more of a volunteer.
“Kawira has not done any mistake but the problem is giving him a job without a salary. That job of being the hustler’s ambassador should have a salary. Being a first lady or a first gentleman should be looked into so that when someone is given a job, people won’t say it is a bad thing,” added Munyiri.
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