The Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula today openly told his Governor that he was not happy with the county not being able to account for covid-19 funds released by the national government to fight the pandemic.
The outspoken senator said that when he learnt the news from the controller of budget that a county he represented was doing so bad in accounting for cash given to it to help the county's residents. He added that he was embarrassed considering he was a respectable leader in Kenya.
Wetangula went on to say that Bungoma had produced very influential and integral leaders who were not happy with the way the Governor was running the vast county. He however noted that they were going to make Gov. Wangamati account for everything when he face senators.
He finally said that it was wrong for people to be subjected to unnecessary suffering just because the Governor was not doing what was right. He also told that Governor that they were always on him because they felt he was not doing what was right.
Attached is a video link of the senator speaking:
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