July 17, 2024

“Stop undermining Wetangula and Mudavadi” Natembeya told

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"Stop undermining Wetangula and Mudavadi" Natembeya told

Western leaders accuse Governor Natembeya of disrepect and undermining leadership of Wetangula and Mudavadi

Western leaders accuse Governor Natembeya of disrespect and undermining leadership of Wetangula and Mudavadi.

A fresh storm is brewing in Western Kenya following accusations by Ford- Kenya leaders that Trans Nzoia Governor Natembeya is undermining National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi, a new storm is gathering in Western Kenya.

Speaking during a funeral service in Bungoma County, the leaders warned the governor, claiming he was causing the area to lose track of its political goals.

Natembeya’s constant criticism of the two senior leaders and Ford-Kenya politicians in general, according to the leaders, is disrespectful and inconsistent with his role as a community leader.

As a result, they asked the Governor to show respect for their leadership and to stop attacking Wetangula and Mudavadi.

Further, they reiterated that the party is the second-oldest in Kenya, and was deserving of the Governor’s respect.

However, some leaders cautioned the Governor, that they were ready to continue the face-off if that was the direction he aimed to take.

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In his defence, the Governor explained that he was not afraid of pointing out the Western leader’s mistakes in case he felt that they were steering the community in the wrong direction.

“When we say that is not the direction, that is not lack of respect, I will not accept us to be led blindly, because if I say we are not moving in the right direction I will be accused of disrespected,’’ stated Natembeya.

Additionally, on Saturday, MCAs affiliated with the Governor had engaged in a face-off with those from of the Ford- Kenya Party over the same stalemate stating that the party was sabotaging the governor’s leadership.

However, those from Ford-Kenya had accused the Governor of dismissing and undermining their leader, Moses Wetangala.

Earlier on, Natembeya had stated that the party’s leaders do not deserve to be in leadership as they were leading the Luhya community astray.

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