Mwala MP tells off Wavinya over raid on Ngunga’s businesses

Mwala MP Eng. Vincent Musyoka has hit out at Machakos Governor Wavinya Ndeti over the raid of businesses belonging to Mua MCA Francis Ngunga by Machakos inspectorate officers.

Speaking at the burial of Benard Muthoka in the Ghetto area of Mwala constituency Musyoka challenged Wavinya to become emotionally intelligent and stop responding to criticism by destroying businesses linked to her critics.

“Myself I’m insulted from morning to evening and the only way I respond is by beating my competitors on the ballot. Whatever is going on in the County is meaningless. As a governor you are a father or mother figure, different opinions will exist but know how to deal with them…There is no need, to stop being hateful. They have destroyed property in hotels of the MCA who asked about bursaries and arrested his staff. Today the same has been repeated, call the Governor that is what she has done.” Mwala MP Kawaya said.

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“That is wrong, we should find a way of dealing with issues without destroying property. And he is not the first, im told when the MCAs speak they send people to them. Tell the Governor to correct or correction will find her. I will not accept someone’s business being raided just because they have disagreed with the Governor, she should also know she has businesses elsewhere and we can also go after them. We can’t allow this, “Musyoka added.

Musyoka’s words were echoed by Machakos contractors chair Kilei Mutinda who criticized the raid on businesses belonging to Mua MCA Ngunga. Kilei also decried the increasing number of Somali contractors in the county who were getting jobs at the expense of locals.

On Thursday, 11th Jan Machakos county inspectorate officers raided businesses belonging to MCA Ngunga a fierce critic of Governor Wavinya – Machakos Kafoka and cottage, and arrested his staff. Ngunga who spoke after the incident vowed not to be cowed. However, the inspectorate officers still conducted a second raid on Friday resulting in more uproar. Missed the story? check it out below.

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