DAILY NEWS UG The Devolution Conference is only halfway on but our leaders cannot resist the temptation to make light of the situation that fell on the Kirinyaga Deputy Governor, Peter Ndambiri.
Raila Odinga has addressed the incident where Kirinyaga deputy governor was caught pants down with a married woman in a cheap lodging.
Governor Oparanya joked about it at the beginning of his speech, subtly mentioning, “You know very well that yesterday I declared a 24-hour economy. And what you hear is that it is working.”
Peter Ndambiri caused mouths to wag when a video of him and a woman seated naked in a lodging was leaked online. The Kirinyaga deputy governor was filmed by a group of men who roughed him up during the recording.
The deputy governor is said to have been filmed in birthday suit at a lodging in Kakamega. It’s also said Ndambiri was attending the 5th devolution conference in Kakamega when he was busted at the lodging chewing someone’s wife.
The talk at devolution conference
Several speakers have today joked about Peter Ndambiri’s unfortunate situation at the devolution conference. Host governor Wycliffe Oparanya jokingly said the 24 hour economy in his county was working judging from what people were hearing, in reference to talks about Kirinyaga deputy governor.
“You know very well that yesterday I declared a 24 hour economy. And what you hear is that it is working,” said Oparanya.
Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa also confirmed the 24 hour economy was indeed working. He said Waiguru could indeed confirm that it was working.
“Indeed it is working (the 24 hour economy) and Governor Waiguru can attest to it,” said CS Wamalwa.
Raila Odinga also made delegates laugh their lungs out when he poked fun at the Kirinyaga deputy governor during his speech.
“I see that some of you appear to be a little tired. Maybe because governor Oparanya said it is a 24 hour economy. Governor told me in private there that even though it was a 24 hour economy some of his guests decided to save his electricity bills by working without lights,” said Raila.
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