The newly elected governors have started their work on a very high note. One of them is Embu county governor honourable Cecily Mbarire. During the swearing in ceremony, she promised to deliver the promises she made. This swearing in came at a time when the county commissioners were transferred to different areas.
Stephen Kihara is set to leave Uasin Gishu to Embu County. However, governor Cecily Mbarire is not happy about it. She has taken to social media to speak about it and explain why she is against the idea. On her official Twitter page, she alleged;
"Fred Matiangi and Karanja Kibicho Kihara was used by your office to create fear, division and tribal animosity in Uasin Gishu during the campaigns.Embu is not a dumping ground for bad leaders. Keep him and cleanse him elsewhere."
It should be noted that the one who was in Embu, Eddyson Nyale is going to Uasin Gishu to replace Kihara
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