Cherangany MP Patrick Simiyu with his Kiminini counterpart Kakai Bisau have scoffed at some leaders as well as some of his DAP-K party stalwarts who have been blaming them of their association with other leaders especially from Kenya Kwanza side claiming they are destined in working with every leader irrespective of their political affiliation in improving living standards of their electorates.
The leaders sentiments come a week after their party leadership led by former speaker in Trans Nzoia Assembly now DAP-K chair in the County Joshua Werunga’s assertion that they have been sneaking party meetings without even sending apologies.
The meeting that infuriated further DAP-K leadership was when there was anniversary of former Vice President Kijana Wamalwa at his home Milimani home when the two MPs never showed up at the meeting with only Mumias East MP Peter Salasya attending the function where Werunga calling to order MPs whom he claimed had used resources of the party to clinch to power and after that they have started disassociating with the it.
Werunga moved masses when he claimed that the legislators had abandoned party leader Eugene Wamalwa when he needed them most as he was alone as if he didn’t sponsor leaders through his party.
Simiyu has stated that the election was over and it was time for elected leaders irrespective of their political affiliations to work together and improve the living standards of their people.
On his part, Kiminini MP whose DAP-K has associated him working with the National Assembly Speaker who is also Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula called upon leaders who have been criticizing him to desist as he is his speaker in the Assembly.
Bisau said his association with other leaders is meant to improve the living standards of his citizens noting that as leaders they are not campaigning but making sure they work with all leaders to better the lives of their electorates.
“As chairman for peace in 14 countries I can’t be moving in those countries to ask them embrace peace and yet in my own home am fought by people who don’t understand my mission,” said Bisau
The two legislators however called upon residents to avoid pressure of being divided along political and tribal affiliations calling upon them to embrace peace and continue living in peace.