Kisii governor Simba Arati who is said to be prayerful and corruption fighter has opened up on threats of being killed. He claims that there are leaders who are not happy of his dedicated work to serve people who elected him.
The Kisii gorvernor who has rose from abject poverty to power has been upholding all viable means to fight devolution and corruption. He beleives that he has what it takes to spearhead massive development in Kisii County to ensure services reach the ordinary citizen.
Simba Arat has now retaliated to those leaders across Kisii who are not happy with the work he is doing, and who have even threatened him. He made it clear that as he does his job, he is a target of corrupt lords who are after his life.
"Vitisho vimetolewa kuwa Simba anachokifanya sio kitu kizuri , tutau yeye. Mimi niko tayari kwa kifo chochote. Kifo kibaya ni hiki watu wetu wameekwa cha ufisadi" He said
He made it clear that he is not afraid of anything despite all the threats he is getting. Remember to tell us what you think of the same on the comment section.
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