The EACC has referred to the behavior as unacceptable and declared that careful investigations will be made to identify the individuals responsible for the physical altercations.
The act is an embarrassment to the Nation and a genuine reflection of what happens in the county offices, the EACC revealed in a statement, which expressed their displeasure with the State authorities responsible for the mayhem.
The Anti-graft agency criticized the MCAs for fighting and ordered the County assembly to quit using unconventional methods to settle disputes in a statement.
“No differences of whatever nature or magnitude should make MCAs or any other state officers engage in physical fights or other unethical conduct. County assemblies should desist from using unorthodox means when resolving differences,” EACC noted as quoted by Nation Africa.
According to the EACC, the MCAs broke the Constitution's Chapter 6 law governing state authorities' ethics and integrity. The statement went on to say that all state officials are expected to conduct themselves honorably.
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