Kisumu MCAs Severe Ties With Kisumu County Government Until Action Is Taken Again Enforcement Office
By MashHenry | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 0 views
Kisumu Members of the County Assembly have come out to say that they will not transact any business with the County Government of Kisumu until the county enforcement officers are punished.
In a viral video earlier, a hawker by the name Beatrice Magolo, 38 was dragged by a pickup truck while her hand being held by the county askari sitting on top of the vehicle.
The video has attracted condemnation all over social media. Most of the people are calling for the action to be taken against the enforcement officers.
This has forced the Members of the County Assembly to come out and issue ultimatum to the county government of Kisumu led by Governor Anyang Nyong'o to take stun action against it's askaris.
While talking to the journalists at the County Assembly offices, the MCAs led by the Chair of Legal Affairs Committee stated that they will stop working with the County government until stun action is taken against the askaris.
Kisumu County government has not issued an official communication regarding the same.
Click on the link below and watch from minute 1:20 as the chair of Legal Affairs Committee gives the warning.
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