In Kenya, politics is seemingly a game of personal interests and lots of betrayal as showcased from the results of last year’s August general elections.
This is after barely a year into office several county governors in Kenya have allegedly fallen out with their deputies under undefined circumstances despite having selected them as their running mates.
From reports emerging from several counties like Meru, Siaya and Kericho counties it is alleged that the county bosses are no longer into good terms with their respective deputies a thing that has brought alot of speculations among kenyans
Meru county, governor Kawira Mwangaza is said to have sidelined her deputy reverend Mutuma M’Ethingia for allegedly not defending her against criticism from other Meru leaders who are seemingly fronting an impeachment motion against her for a second time.
Siaya, Governor James Orengo is also said to have sidelined his deputy William Oduol in running affairs of the county and is now acting alone as the county boss to an extent of blocking him from receiving any allowances.
The same case also applies to Kericho county governor Eric Kipkoech Mutai who is said to have left out his deputy Fred Kirui as witnessed during Madaraka day celebrations in the county.