Muturi’s sentiments elicits mixed reactions among MCAs

Kabazi MCA Dr.Peter Mbae has told off National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi over remarks he made that MCAs sealing higher positions should resign six months to general Elections.
Through a statement  to newsrooms, Mbae noted that Muturi’s remarks were baseless as there is no law requing MCAs to resign inorder to contest higher seats.
The vocal Nakuru MCA who has interest in Subukia Parliamentary seat was very categorical that ruling delivered by Justices Mativo and Mrima were very clear pertaining position of an MCA.
“One, I don’t fear resigning. I did it in 2017 from the County Public Service Board  halfway my six year term.
If the law is very clear that I resign, I will do so without looking back. Pursuit of my dream for a better Subukia cannot be compared to any current position.However, the rulings by Justices Mativo and Mrima are clear that MCAs were elected by the people with a right of representation until the last day of the expiry of the term of 5 years” he said.
He called on MPs to desist from pressuring Speaker Muturi to scare MCAs with early resigning on issues he has not researched on and clearly out sync with.
According to him, a section of MPs now fear contest after MCAs showed intrest to go for Parliamentary seats.
“Let MPs go to the ground and be ready to meet MCAs and other Parliamentary aspirants in free and fair nominations and or general Elections” he said.
Mbae added that already they had as aspirants met and petitioned the notice from UDA party to resign and they recalled it.
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