The County Assembly of Nyamira today turned chaotic after a section of its members raised issues with the speaker for colluding with some members to kick them from key House Committees.
The morning session was dominated by a blame game, where the leader of the majority was faulted for failing to take a proper position on guiding the house.
On the order paper, the presentation of the report for the CECMs was supposed to be presented before the plenary, but the process failed after a chaotic afternoon session.
Speaker Moffat Teya, who all along struggled to contain the house, urged the MCAs to be calm as the whole process of dispensation of justice is focused upon.
Just before the adjournment of the major discussion on the report, most MCAs who are perceived to have taken sides with ‘some’ political divide, criticised the speaker’s position on the issue of the expulsion of some members from committees.
The majority leader defended the argument, saying that the assembly should/must not focus on the perceived differences, urging them to strictly observe decorum while having discussions.
On Thursday, the report on the CEC members will be tabled before the house, and this will ultimately give way for other important issues within the government.
Jones Omwenga( Trade), Clive Ogwora( Environment), Thomas Nyariki(Public Service Management) and Emily Ongaga( Finance and Economic planning) the house will determine their fate on Thursday.
The focus on the supplementary budget is one of the major focus areas, and this is expected to be staged before the assembly on Thursday this week.
Lately, Governor Nyaribo has been consistent in urging the assembly leadership to closely work with the executive, for this will improve service delivery.
By Darlington Mose