Garissa county members of county assembly go on strike as they ask the government to do the following in the recent happenings. This comes after counties have been faced with cash crunch as the governors have been requesting the treasury to release funds to the counties for smooth running.
According to the video clip seen by the writer online, Garissa county members of county assembly have allegedly gone on strike as they turn out to join other MCAs in president Ruto's government to seek for better payment as Nairobi county MCAs also called for increase in their salaries the other day.
However they have told the county and national government that they have adjourned until July as they now demand the for better pay, led by the speaker they said that the clerks and other workers are receiving better pay than them thus they should be considered by the government since they do much more in the counties despite the recent cash crunch that is facing the counties. Watch full video here
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