Summit regroups to address a series of lies told by Governor Wangamati and 13 ‘super’ MCAs

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Hon Juma Nyongesa - Majority Leader

SUMMIT REGROUPS TO ADDRESS A SERIES OF LIES TOLD BY GOV. WANGAMATI AND 13 ‘SUPER’ MCAS IN TWO MEETINGS

The fallout between the Summit and the executive is more certain after the recent activities financed by Wangamati including;

  • Wanga-3 celebrations at Kibabii University
  • Ndivisi Church service on 27-9-2020
  • Mihuu meeting 28-9-2020

… and another one is scheduled to take place today in Tuuti / Marakaru ward

Ndivisi speeches (audio);

Audio 1; Siboti MCA Hon. Wamusai’s lies about Ndivisi MCA Hon. Pepela’s involvement in Wangamatis impeachment

Audio 2; Other MCAs

At Mihuu Wangamati validated the lies that were sold to Ndivisi ward residents saying the area MCAs must purpose to attend his functions or risk attacks from his 13 attack-dogs. He went ahead to inform the public that all projects done in the county are credited to him and nobody else. He concluded by saying the work of MCAs is the oversight, pass budget and identify projects

Siboti MCA said “…What I said about Ndivisi MCA wasn’t true… I went overboard”

Having noticed that Wangamati is failing to appreciate their crucial role in the running of the county they want to denounce the handshake which they now say was coined just to dupe the assembly into passing the budget following Wangamati’s memorandum for the same. The Summit which is an outfit that was created to remove the pro-wangamati MCAs from Assembly leadership will meet today at Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 14:00hours at an undisclosed location

Wangamati tells off absentee MCAs, insists all credit for county projects is his Video – @Mihuu 2020 09 28

“I was in Bumula Constituency on Sunday, September 27, 2020 with other Bungoma leaders and residents in welcoming the Deputy President William Ruto, Governor Wangamati was in my area supposedly to attend a church service that turned out to be a politically rally whose agenda was to insult and de-campaigns me… The governor failed to address key issues affecting Ndivisi like the informing the public where CESS paid by West Kenya Sugar company to the County government goes to when they have poor roads. The cash is meant to repair roads in sugar belt zones”

 ~ Hon. Pepela Wanyonyi – Ndivisi MCA ~

Martin Pepela tells off Wangamati’s team for turning a Ndivisi church into a propagandaful political rally

“Recently we held a conflict resolution meeting as members of the Bungoma County Assembly and Executive a meeting that saw us resolve to burry our differences in favor of a development conscious engagement but its seems the governor was not honest on his pledge. He on Sunday 27th Sept 2020 visited Ndivisi ward accompanied by 13 MCAs who went about preaching lies about our colleague and area MCA Hon. Pepela Wanyonyi. We have no problem with you walking around with a few sycophants but we need them to conduct themselves with decorum otherwise we are going to remove our gloves

These leaders are tarnishing and shamelessly sell lies to the public”

~ Hon. Tony Barasa, Lwandanyi MCA ~

Tony Barasa – Lwandanyi ward;

The Lwandanyi MCA also reminded the governor on the negatives witnessed during the 3-year celebrations of Wangamati’s administration at Kibabii University where the Majority Leader in the Assembly and area MCA was not recognized on the program saying the Assembly feels sidelined while the area MP had a field day at the mic…. He encouraged Wangamati to heed to Kisii governor Ongwae’s advice to consider creating a cordial relationship with all MCAs

It is NOT true that Hon. Pepela drafted and tabled an IMPEACHMENT MOTION in the house as alleged by honorable Wamusai. What was presented was a PUBLIC PETITION from Nyukuri Barasa and Moses Lukoye… A petition the never saw the light of day

We therefore request that the governor come clear on this issue within 24 hours… We have no problem with your isolation us in the water drilling problem in favor of your sycophantic MCAs, but we

Tony Barasa – Lwandanyi MCA takes on Wangamati over Ndivisi church political rally 2020.9.27

Hon. Joseph Nyongesa, Majority leader, Tuuti / Marakaru MCA;

We are baffled by what happened at Ndivisi, leaders must choose to respect their colleagues as we execute our role. Let the governor choose friends wisely… such Wangamati friendly MCAs who like selling lies to Wangamati and the public won’t help this county.

Hon. Sospeter Nyongesa – West Bukusu MCA;

Show me your friends and I’ll tell you who you are is a saying that well explains governor and his friends… The former deputy speaker Hon Wamusai Must never repeat selling lies to the public

 

Rejoinder; Siboti MCA said “…What I said about Ndivisi MCA wasn’t true… I went overboard”

According the Constitution of Kenya;

176. County governments

(1) There shall be a county government for each county, consisting of a county assembly and a county executive.

(2) Every county government shall decentralise its functions and the provision of its services to the extent that it is efficient and practicable to do so.

  1. Functions of County Executive committees

(1) A county executive committee shall–

(a) implement county legislation;
(b) implement, within the county, national legislation to the extent that the legislation so requires;
(c) manage and coordinate the functions of the county administration and its departments; and
(d) perform any other functions conferred on it by this Constitution or national legislation.

(2) A county executive committee may prepare proposed legislation for consideration by the county assembly.
(3) The county executive committee shall provide the county assembly with full and regular reports on matters relating to the county.

185. Legislative authority of county assemblies

(1) The legislative authority of a county is vested in, and exercised by, its county assembly.
(2) A county assembly may make any laws that are necessary for, or incidental to, the effective performance of the functions and exercise of the powers of the county government under the Fourth Schedule.
(3) A county assembly, while respecting the principle of the separation of powers, may exercise oversight over the county executive committee and any other county executive organs.
(4) A county assembly may receive and approve plans and policies for–

(a) the management and exploitation of the county’s resources; and
(b) the development and management of its infrastructure and institutions.

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