Bungoma MCAs take Covid-19 tests after officially shutting down the Assembly

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Bungoma County Assembly Speaker, Hon. Emmanuel Situma

 

MCAS CURRENTLY TAKING COVID-19 TESTS AFTER OFFICIALLY SHUTTING DOWN THE BUNGOMA COUNTY ASSEMBLY

IT’S NOW OFFICIAL…. the County Assembly of Bungoma has from today Tuesday, October 13, 2020 proceeded on a two-week recess till 27th October 2020. In his communication during the afternoon sitting, Speaker of the County Assembly Hon Emmanuel Situma cited the spike in the pandemic infection within BC, among senior county officials.

Related 1; https://ikuweikuwe.com/2020/10/12/this-is-why-the-bungoma-county-assembly-is-contemplating-an-indefinite-shut-down/

Related 2; https://ikuweikuwe.com/2020/10/12/county-assembly-of-bungoma-shuts-down-these-mcas-to-take-a-mandatory-covid-19-test/

He requested the Hon members to visit the County Referral Hospital for voluntary testing and observe the COVID-19 protocols. He further directed that all committee meetings shall be conducted electronically, all the staff apart from the sergeant’s section will from today proceed on leave until otherwise advised.

The Speaker Hon. Emmanuel Situma, his deputy Hon. Stephen Wafula ~ Mitua/Soysambu MCA, Majority leader ~ Hon Juma Nyongesa of Tuuti/Marakaru ward, Hon. Martin Pepela ~ Ndivisi ward, Hon. Meshark Wekesa aka Museveni of Mukuyuni ward headed straight to Bungoma County Referral Hospital to take Covid-19 tests

Their results are expected on Thursday Oct 15th 2020

Bungoma County Assembly Speaker Hon. Emmanuel Situma leads MCAs in taking Covid-19 test at BCRH 13-10-2020
Hon. Martin Pepela ‘Investor’ of Ndivisi ward taking a Covid-19 test immediately after shutting down the assembly
Deputy Speaker, Hon. Stephen Wafula ~ MCA Mitua / Soysambu ward taking a Covid-19 test immediately after shutting down the assembly

 

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