The Garissa Township MP Aden Duale has again send a stern warning to Kenyans over Uhuru's plans that are underway. The former ally of Uhuru has now turned to be one of the biggest critics. Many Tangatanga allies have been attacking the Jubilee government saying that it has failed and if they take leadership in 2022 then they will perform better than them.
Duale who was reacting to militization of state parastatals said that if is wrong for the NYS and KDF to take the leadership of these agencies like KEMSA. The KEMSA Board of directors had been planning to sack more than 900 staff members without giving clear reasons on why it was doing.
Hon. Duale said that the country is losing direction and Uhuru must accept that he has failed as a President. He said that his close allies and advisors are misguiding him and this may cost Kenyans. Recently the labour court had barred KEMSA from sacking its employees. He said that this should not be allowed in the country. Duale claimed that all this is happening as a result of poor governance. However, it is unfortunate that the Parliament Parliament has backed sacking of 900 KEMSA workers in a military takeover.
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