The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission speaks after the incident that happened in the Kericho county assembly. It is revealed that the MCAs engaged in a fight after disagreeing about the leadership of the county assembly. EACC revealed that it is a total embarrassment to the nation and it is against chapter six of the constitution.
“Such misconduct by State Officers is not only an embarrassment to the nation but also takes the country back to a challenge that many County Assemblies have managed to overcome, over the years,” a senior EACC official said.
EACC revealed that no state officers should engage in a physical fight or other bad behaviors. EACC revealed that they will investigate those who ignited the fight and they will face disciplinary committee. It revealed that the MCAs engaged in a fight after disagreeing with the orders from the UDA party. It is revealed that the speaker reinstated Vincent Korir as the majority leader but other MCAs had different agendas.
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