Renown Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has suggested that Turkana county governor Josephat Nanok should not continue to be paid his salary.
According to the top lawyer, Nanok has been making frequent visits to the home of the deputy president William Ruto leaving his Turkana people suffering.
He has metaphorically described him as an usher at the official residence of the Deputy President William Ruto which is in Karen, Nairobi.
He has also suggested that the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission EACC should charge Josephat Nanok for engaging in corruption.
"Is it proper to be paying Josphat Nanok salary of a Governor when he is an usher on Karen Road whilst Turkana is suffering from extreme poverty, water shortage, cattle rustling Terrorism, illiteracy et al? Why EACC isn’t charging Nanok with corruption is in itself corruption."Lawyer Donald Kipkorir https://t.co/D0vWb0H7Hc
This comes after deputy president William Ruto was seen with the governor on Tuesday at his Karen residence in Nairobi when he Hosted several top leaders.
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