In Summary
  • The MCAs were required to break on Thursday in line with the county assembly calendar.
  • The leaders said they were not ready to go on recess as they are broke.
  • The MCAs want the Sh2 million car loan and Sh3 million mortgage to be released immediately without any security.

Nakuru MCAs have refused to go on recess, saying they are broke.

The leaders are also unhappy with the rules governing the disbursement of car loans as well as mortgages, and want to amend them before they can take the long December holiday break.

The MCAs were required to break on Thursday in line with the county assembly calendar. They were to go on recess until February 13, 2018.

However, when the motion of adjournment was moved by Majority Leader Stanley Karanja, the MCAs declined to support it and, instead, made a string of demands.

CAR LOANS

The leaders said they were not ready to go on recess as they are broke. They insisted on continuing with business and have committee sittings, where they can draw some allowances, and pass laws that will enable them to take car loans and mortgages without security.

The MCAs want the Sh2 million car loan and Sh3 million mortgage to be released immediately without any security.

They also took issue with the regulations governing the loans, which were adopted by their predecessors. They argued that the rules were hindering smooth disbursement of the loans.

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