Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata has asked the Senate to punish county bosses accused of rampant graft starting with Governor Ferdinand Waititu.
In an update on Twitter, Kang’ata argued that the only way to tame corruption within the counties was to send errant Governors home.
“Our counties have been looted left, right and center. Atleast one chief executive of a county needs to go home to send the right message. Senate needs to support HE efforts of fighting corruption. Tomorrow at the Senate’s proceedings for Kiambu County- may be this is it!” his post reads.
He was speaking about the two-day Senate sitting which is expected to deliberate on Waititu’s impeachment.
Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka had confirmed on Thursday that the 67-member House would sit for two days — January 28 and 29.
Lusaka said the House has already summoned the governor and asked the MCAs to present their evidence.