Bomachoge council of elders urge governor and his deputy to put aside their differences
Bomachoge council of elders have asked Kisii County governor James Ongwae and his deputy Joash Maangi to put aside their differences and work together like before.
Differences have been experienced in the past weeks which have seen Maangi loose some of the County governments’ official vehicles.
The deputy governor Joash Maangi’s security officers,vehicles and staffs were withdrawn a few days when he pointed out corruption cases in the county government.
Addressing the press at Bomachoge led by their chairperson Patrick Magare said that the two duos have been in good terms since they were elected as leaders of the county to bring services to the people.
They asked the two leaders if there is differences to sit down and solve their wrangles .
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The elders warned some politicians who have self interest not to separate them .
“If there is any differences, let them sit down and solve them,because conflict will derail development in the county.
His sentiments were echoed by chairperson James Ong’eta said that conflict have paralyzed service delivery and it’s time to reconcile and go back to work.
They urged the deputy governor not to resign from the office amid pressure and instead focus on service delivery and fulfilling the pledges they made with the governor in 2017.
“We believe in Maangi , no any other leader will replace him ,” they said.
The Elders endorsed the Deputy Governor as their kingpin and they will support him.
The elders further said that they support building bridges initiatives and called for the referendum. And they will also support deputy governor in his endeavours to succeed Governor Ongwae.
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