Rift valley council of elders Patron Gilbert Kabage has slammed at a section of leaders from Central region for failing in their mandate of delivering to the people.
Addressing media in Nakuru, Kabage said it was wrong for leaders to fail in their mandate and then point an accusing finger to the head of state.
He called on county leaders from Governors to MCAs to ensure they make good use of the resources allocated at county level in developing their various counties.
“Instead of leaders uniting Kenyans and working towards development our leaders at county levels have failed and are now blaming the President. They claim they want more resources yet the little they have they cannot account for” said Kabage.
While noting the ongoing political mood, Kabage warned that the Big 4 agendas should not be forgotten by the leadership of the day.
On the ongoing tussle of 2022 succession politics, the Rift valley council of elders patron is of the opinion that the President who is also the leader of Jubilee party should call a national Jubilee party meeting to address the politics sounding the same.
He added that the regrouping being seen in the country in terms of regions is not good for the ruling party and it now that the head of state should address the same.
“We have the big 4 agendas but from the look of things it is like we have forgotten about them. It is high time the President and his deputy call for national Jubilee party meeting to sort out the tussle” said Kabage.
PHOTO/Nation:Rift Valley council of elders led by Patron Gilbert Kabage at a past media briefing in Nakuru.