Uasin Gishu special accuse County of discrimination
People living with disabilities from Uasin Gishu County, have accused the County officers under the leadership of governor Jackson Mandago for allegedly discriminating against them.
Speaking in premises of Uasin Gishu County assembly, the disabled narrated the ordeal they encounter daily trying to fend for their families, pointing accusing finger to the Uasin Gishu state for neglecting their plight .
They have condemned the directive to send them away from their working vicinity alleging they were given the mandate to work on now a restricted zone.
According to Huruma Member of County Assembly Peter Chomba, the County assembly passed a bill that authorized the disabled to conduct their activities without being taxed, stating that all people living with disabilities have the right to operate their business anywhere in the county.
He further challenged governor Mandago to intervene and avert the situation noting that the group is suffering for no valid reason yet they are voters from the area.