Bungoma senator Moses Wetang’ula has asked governor Wycliffe Wangamati to explain where Sh213 million meant for fighting Coronavirus disappeared to.

Speaking at Christ the King Catholic Church in Bungoma town during the Sunday mass, Wetang’ula said that having criss crossed the vast county residents have no masks yet the national government provided money for fighting the global pandemic.
“Am perturbed that despite the national government disbursing Sh213 million, there is nothing the county government can showcase in its efforts to fight covid-19,” he added.
Bungoma county government is on spot for using Sh6.9 million to purchase 600, 20 litres Jerry-cans at Sh10,000 each.

The Ford Kenya party leader stated that when carrying out his oversight role as a senator he is not despising any leader.
“When I carry out with my oversight role, they feel it and plan to throw me outout of Ford Kenya, they won’t succeed at all,” said Weta.
He added, “I  don’t want to be Bungoma Governor in 2022, I am just playing my oversight role as an elected leader,”.
The law maker called on Kenyans to pray for our county and country to change and kick out corruption that is tainting it’s image.
“Am asking Kenyans to acquire identification cards and register as voters in preparedness for 2022,” he said.

Wetang’ula pointed out that Bumgoma County needs 985,000 votes by 2022 to enable them negotiate with leaders from other regions.
Senate speaker Ken Lusaka lauded president Uhuru Kenyatta for opening up churches.
“Church play an important role in fighting the ills in the society, let’s respect the roles we have been given,” he said.
He castigated a know all type leaders in Western region who are fond of bringing others down, let’s nurture each others, let’s learn empower each other.
Lusaka noted that the threats by the council of governor’s to shut down counties based on lack of funds should wait a bit.

“The President will assent to the division of County allocation bill once he arrives in the country, the CoG should be a bit patient, once the bill is assented to, cash will be disbursed to counties,” said Lusaka.

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