Kiambu minister in tears after Waititu is barred from office

By K24Tv Team On Wed, 31 Jul, 2019 12:51 | < 1 min read
Justice Korir, in his verdict, said he could not stop a Judicial process that is being undertaken by a competent judge of the High Court. [PHOTO | FILE]
Former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu. PHOTO | FILE
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    Some employees of Kiambu County are reportedly contemplating quitting following the court’s decision to bar Governor Ferdinand Waititu from accessing his office until the graft case he is facing is heard and determined.

Street Talk.

Some employees of Kiambu County are reportedly contemplating quitting following the court’s decision to bar Governor Ferdinand Waititu from accessing his office until the graft case he is facing is heard and determined.

The workers, who are his staunch supporters, have been fighting Deputy Governor James Nyoro, and are worried about their fate now that he is set to take over the running of the county government.

One such jittery Kiambu employee is a County Executive Committee member said to wield immense powers in Waititu’s administration.

The CEC is said to have broken down in tears after the court ruled that the governor would not be allowed to access his office.

Waititu’s blue-eyed boy is reportedly contemplating resigning in the wake of the new development.

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