Barely days after he openly attacked Deputy President William Ruto and also warned Mt Kenya leaders as well as residents to avoid supporting greedy political leaders who are there to loot public resources, Kiambu County Member of Parliament Hon Paul Wamatangi has yet again proved that President Uhuru Kenyatta was wrong in his claims following the explosion of some confirmed reports that the vocal Mt Kenya ally has joined UDA Party ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election.
The United Democratic Alliance party is hoping to get more elective positions in the Mt Kenya region especially Kiambu County which boasts of more voters. The tallying for the nomination preliminaries votes was ongoing since the voting was over a few days ago. Several vocal leaders were seeking to get the UDA tickets in order to vie for the gubernatorial, women representatives and MP posts in the August 9th general elections.
Source: Citizen TV Through citizen TV morning show hosted by Trevor Ombija, Honourable Paul Wamatangi who is the current majority whip said that the jubilee administration achieved a lot when the president was working with his deputy. Speaking about the state of the Nation address by the president, He added that what has been done is not based on citizens satisfaction because not all can appreciate the good work.
The fearless Senator representing Narok County residents in the senate was on Monday 4th appointed as the chairperson of the Senate County Public Accounts and Investment Committee. The committee that is mandated to scrutinize the financial records of all the 47 counties has in the past slapped several governors with heavy fines for failing to live up to its directives. The committee was previously led by Homa Bay Senator Moses Kajwang and it had also attracted Kisii Senator Sam Ongeri. Protesting for the a
Kiambu County Member of Parliament Senator Paul Wamatangi has indirectly told President Uhuru Kenyatta and his administration to rethink the decision If reopening schools, arguing that the government has focused on other areas such as BBI (which are not necessary) compared to the wellbeing of Kenyans. Speaking during the Citizen TV's Day Break Program with Trevor Ombija, the lawmaker said, "We are reacting & giving in to other pressures other than focusing on maintaining COVID-19. Decisions we have made on reopening
Several days after Narok Senator , Ledama Olekina was appointment as the chairperson of Senate County Public Accounts and Investment Committee, Minority leader of the senate, James Orengo have been opposing that appointment.. In the letter dated 4th May, Orengo wrote a protest letter to the speaker of the senate stating that his office was dissatsified by the outcome of the elections and went on to withdraw its membership from the powerful committee. Things seemed to have been resolved on May 6th after Led