The speaker of the County Assembly of Meru Assembly Ayub Bundi while speaking to the media shed more light on the ongoing feud Members of the county assembly and governor Kawira Mwangaza.
According to speaker Ayub Bundi, the key thing that angered the MCAs is the governor's continued lack of clear plan to the implementation her 100M ward development fund.
In her manifestos, the governor promised to set aside 100M for each award. The funds according to Mwangaza's manifesto would be managed by MCAs who would choose which development projects to undertake.
While in a workshop in Mombasa, the MCAs wanted to engage the governor on this agenda but she allegedly left hurriedly even after she promised to have dinner with the MCAs.
For the better part of this week and last week, the MCAs have allegedly been trying to reach the governor to negotiate the Ward Development Fund agenda but the governor has denied them audience.
Allegedly, the governor has changed plans about setting up the ward development fund something that the MCAs are opposed to. They want the fund immediately established and operationalized.
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