Governor found in a compromising situation with a clandestine

A governor from Nyanza is on the spot over claims that he has insatiable appetite for women.

Last Sunday there was commotion in his office when he instructed one of his secretaries to report to work at about 6pm ostensibly to print him some documents.

Fearing for her job, the hapless secretary, who doubles up as ‘Mpango wa Kando”, arrived in the office but was shocked to realise it was not work after all.

The evening was, however, ruined when the governor’s other clande was chauffeured in to honour an earlier date and found the governor in a compromising situation!

Kidero, Ranguma ranked as worst performing governors

Nairobi governor Dr Evans Kidero and his Kisumu counterpart Jack Ranguma have been ranked as the worst performing county heads in a report released by the Constitution and Reform Education Consortium.

According to the CRE-CO report that covered 10 counties, 53 percent of Nairobi residents interviewed said they are dissatisfied with Kidero’s performance since his election. The number of voters dissatisfied with Ranguma is higher with the report showing 67 percent of respondents being unhappy with Ranguma.

In contrast, respondents in Murang’a and Bomet counties have expressed general satisfaction with their elected governors Mwangi Wa Iria and Isaac Rutto respectively.

Iria scored a 71 percent approval rate while Ruto got an endorsement from 63 percent of those interviewed by CRE-CO.

The other governors studied in the opinion survey were Mombasa county’s Hassan Joho who came third with a 61 percent approval rating, Trans Nzoia’s Patrick Khaemba who scored 59 percent, Julius Malombe of Kitui county with 57 percent, Issa Timamy of Lamu county with 50 percent, and Kenneth Lusaka and Salim Mvurya of Bungoma and Kwale scoring 34 percent and 31 percent respectively.


Ukambani governors want Makueni county assembly dissolved

Ukambani governors on Monday supported proposals to dissolve the Makueni county government due to the wars between Governor Kivutha Kibwana and MCAs.

Julius Malombe (Kitui) and Alfred Mutua (Machakos) said if Kibwana is impeached, they will campaign for him to recapture the seat in a by-election.

Malombe, Mutua and Kibwana said they will work together to unite the Kamba community. They said the region needs clean piped water, tarmacked roads and electricity supply, among other things.

They were speaking during this year’s Mashujaa Day celebrations at Nguumo ward, Kibwezi. The governors unveiled the Yikisemei model ECD education centre and primary school.

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