Maendeleo Chap Chap party threatens to kick out MCA Brian Kisila for working with Wiper

Maendeleo Chap Chap Party is now threatening to kick out outspoken Mwala/Makutano Ward MCA Brian Kisila for working with the Wiper party in Machakos County Assembly and Governor Wavinya Ndeti.

In a letter seen by Mauvoo News addressed to the MCA from the party Secretary General Wilfred Nyamu Mati and dated 29th November, Kisila has been given 7 days to respond on why action should not be taken against him.

Some of the allegations by the Party against Kisila include; refusing to adhere to the positions taken by the party on matters before the County Assembly of Machakos and other fora and exhibiting “total defiance, untoward boastfulness, and arrogance.”

“You have without reasonable justification publicly criticized the party, its leadership, and its policies thereby bringing the party and its leaders to public disrepute; In your refusal to adhere to party positions, you have instead supported the positions and policies of rival political parties on issues that are very key to MCC party and its ideology.” Part of the letter says.

“As a member of the minority party in the county assembly of Machakos, you have
refused and or neglected, either willingly or by inducement, to play your role of
providing checks and balances to the county government and instead chose to
blanketly support the county executive even on issues that run against core interests
of the people you represent and on issues on which the party has taken positions about.” The letter went on.

The party also accused Kisila of allegedly soliciting bribes, inciting Maendeleo Chap Chap MCAs to defy party positions, and failing to remit monthly party fees among other allegations.

A disciplinary committee has been established for the purpose of addressing the allegations

Kisila was very vocal during the removal of the County Public Service Board that served under Mutua’s tenure and that is seen to have set him on a collision path with the party. Kisila was also part of the select committee that recommended the Board members’ removal from office. He has on several occasions been part of Governor Wavinya’s delegation during tours in his ward.

The letter;

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