Insults won’t stop me from working, Kang’ata tells Governor Iria

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Murang’a County Senator has stated he will stick to serving as the County Oversight leader despite insults and from over his insistent for transparent leadership.

Kang’ata stated that the Governor and Murang’a County Majority leader Eric Kamande had insulted him during a function at Muranga town over questions he asked when Iria appeared before the Senate Committee.


Kang’ata had asked among them the status of the Maragwa Milk Plant which is complete but is yet to be opened as the governor is said to be pushing to have President Uhuru Kenyatta open the factory.

“My questions were objective and pursuant to my constitutional duty as a Senator and hence personalising the debate is unfair. Their comments were unfair and uncalled for- particularly those of the Majority Leader which appeared to mock my late dear mum.” The Senator said.

Read: Spotlight on MCAs: Kahumbu’s Eric Kamande

When Mwangi appeared before the Senate Committee, he accused Kang’ata of using issues raised by the Auditor General to incite the residents against his administration.

Kang’ata hit back, saying he addressed residents on serious matters raised by the auditor concerning financial operations at the county government

In March, the Auditor General raised queries over several trips to Mombasa by Murang’a MCAs.

There was lack of supporting documents for Sh83 million spent.

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