Today on the 4th of April 2021, Baringo MCA's have left the mouths of Kenyans wide open after threatening to impeach governor Kiptis for failing to deliver to the people of Baringo. Speaking in the evening today one of the MCA's blamed hon. Kiptis of not doing his job the right way.
One of the MCA's while speaking he pointed out delayed projects that hon. Stanely Kiptis has failed to put into consideration for the sake of the Baringo people.
"I want to tell the hon. Kiptis things are not well here at bearings, projects have been delayed and CEOs are still in office and you are doing nothing" claims one of t concerned MCA.
"Those procurement CEO's you should push them out those offices and burn their office, it's almost a year and health workers are suffering, county workers are yet to be paid, governor you should do something about that," says a concerned.
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