It seems there's more than meets the eye in Uasin Gishu County, this is after a series of expose by Kapsaret MP Oscar Sudi on the rot happening in the County Assembly of Uasin Gishu under the leadership of Governor Mandago.
Apparently, Oscar Sudi claims that Governor Mandago has been stealing from the County coffers. Sudi alleges that Uasin Gishu County receives a total of Ksh 8 Billion from the National Treasury. With the County having six Constituencies, the money allocated to them isn't as the books say.
According to Oscar Sudi, Governor Mandago has failed to show how the counties expenditure flows through every Ward and Constituencies. Sudi even further goes ahead to say that he only uses Ksh 800 Million given to him under the NG/CDF fund to fund development projects in his Constituency.
The once bromance between these two DP allied leaders has quickly gone down the drain after Governor Mandago announced he will be vying for the Senatorial seat come 2022.
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