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Mandera MCAs fault Raila Odinga, demand apology after questioning Mandera allocation

Mandera County Assembly members (MCA’s) have criticized ODM Leader, Raila Odinga’s latest support for a one man, one vote, one shilling theory.

While addressing journalist at a Mandera hotel, the leaders termed Raila utterances as unnecessary and tends to further marginalized the North Eastern region.

“What we are receiving is our right and it’s captured in the Kenyan Constitution, we cannot allow to be reverted to old days where this region was marginalized,” said Bashir Abdullahi, MCA Takaba Ward.

Mandera MCAs in a press conference at Granada Hotel in Mandera town

Abdullahi also stated the former Prime Minister’s concept targets to deny marginalized areas resources, noting the model tends to suggest that only the productive areas in the country be allocated a huge funding to speed economic growth.

“Former Prime Minister is trying to bring about the sessional paper No 10 of 1965 which ensured the country’s wealth remains in productive region formerly the white highlands,” added Abdullahi.

Abdullahi added that Mandera County has used its allocation prudently and needs more to ensure adequate services delivery.

Ibrahim Maalim Shimbir Fatuma of Fatuma Ward, stated that the allocation and resources Mandera County is receiving is not a privilege but their right, calling on former Prime Minister to make public apologize to the people of Mandera.

Abdullahi Yunis Morothile (MCA), stated that Mandera County is a vast area that needs huge allocation in order to adequately service the residents.

“It has taken us 55 years to come to the rescue of  the Marginalized, the Constitution has given us our  share and we shall not accept such kind of utterances from leaders of the caliber of  Raila,”.said Yunis.

He added that for the county to have better roads, better health care services and other essential services the national government needs to allocate huge funding, even higher than the current 12 billion.

 

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