Makueni Deputy Governor protests withdrawal of official car and security after she joined UDA

A past photo of Makueni Deputy Governor Adelina Mwau. (Photo - Courtesy)

Makueni Deputy Governor Adelina Mwau is protesting the alleged withdrawal of her official car, security, and other privileges by Governor Kivutha Kibwana.

She said that her personal car had been taken and she is now being forced to commute using bodaboda, Tuk Tuk, and other means.

“Like now I’m heading to the bank to sign some forms. My car has been taken for service and will be there until late so I’m taking a bodaboda. I want to know where my rights reach,” said Adelina.

“I want to know whether you decide to change your political stand, your rights are curtailed. I’m the Deputy Governor of this county,” she added.

She ridiculed Kibwana for claiming to be a human rights activist yet he was violating her rights.

The Adelina Mwau move to UDA also saw Mativa Governor kibwana’s political adviser fired. Mativa is said to have persuaded her to move to UDA and accompanied her to Karen when she was being received by the Deputy President.

Early this year Adelina joined UDA despite her boss Kibwana being in Azimio la Umoja. Kibwana allegedly went ahead to withdraw her security, vehicle, and media team.

Kibwana in January accused Adelina of going against the Voice of the people of Makueni promising her she will walk alone.

“My attention has been drawn to clandestine dealings between Adelina Mwau (deputy governor Makueni County) and United Democratic Alliance. She had even pledged to take with her a huge delegation of our common political friends to UDA, who declined her overtures.”Kibwana said in a statement then.

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