Members of the County Assembly across the country converged at KICC in Nairobi county to attend the National MCAs consultative Forum. The inaugural meeting of the event took place on Wednesday.
However, the meeting took a different turn after the Members of the County Assembly chased away the Principal Secretary of Devolution. The MCAs said that they did not want the executive present at the event when they were discussing their issues.
Also, Kileleshwa Ward Member of Parliament Hon Robert Alai was heckled by his fellow MCAs when he attempted to address the crowd. The vocal lawmaker attempted to calm down the crowd after sending away Devolution PS but hell broke loose when he tried to attack the government and the GSU.
While speaking from the podium, Robert Alai said that some battles do not require force to win them but the brain. He went ahead and said that if they try to use force, the government will send the GSU on them. This did not go well with some of the MCAs who heckled him and even pulled him from the podium.
"Honorable Members, there are some battles which do not require force but mind, I request you with a lot of respect, I love you so much but this message will reach them and I thank Mr. PS We don't know who send him," Alai said.
"You have spoken and you have been heard but let me remind you, some battles are for the mind and not the use of force and if we use force they will send the GSU to us" Alai added as the crowd heckled.
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