Kiambu Deputy Governor James Nyoro has accused his boss Governor Ferdinand Waititu of threatening county executives with the sack if found associating with him.
Speaking at Sigona Golf Club after officiating the prize-giving of the Kenya Ladies Golf Union yesterday, Nyoro said the county’s executive was operating in fear of the county boss.
Speaking at a media briefing Nyoro accused Waititu of running the county alone without even involving the county executive committee.
“I really feel sorry for the CECs because they have been warned against speaking to me. They have been told not to set foot in my office. If they do they will be fired,” lamented Nyoro.
He further accused Waititu of barely holding any cabinet meetings, only regularly summoning county executive officers and giving unconstitutional directives.
“But this is my message to him, i am not going to resign, because i was not put into office by the county assembly of Kiambu or waititu, i was put into office by the people of Kiambu County, ” he said.