By MN Reporter
Nyatike MP Tom Odege has warned that nobody in Migori county has a monopoly of violence to intimidate people and MCAs over impeachment of governor Okoth Obado.
Odege in an interview said it was said that MCAs who are pushing through the impeachment drive have received threats and intimidation, vowing that by Monday suspects will be arrested.
“We were born in Migori and we have a stake in Migori, nobody has the monopoly of violence here. Our voice will not be silenced,” Odege said.
The legislator said corruption allegation facing Obado, has caused poor service delivery.
“The money meant to offer services in Migori was stolen by individuals, we don’t have medicine in hospitals and our voices will not be mutes,” Odege said.
He said people against their MCAs supporting the impeachment should wait until 2022 during general elections to have their wish through.