In Summary
  • Mr Kinyanjui said the matter deserves the attention of local leaders as he termed it an unfortunate incident.
  • The MP hit the headlines after he arrived at a meeting looking confused.
  • His actions angered many locals as the meeting was convened to discuss how to deal with the alcohol menace.

Hardly three days after Molo MP Kuria Kimani caused chaos when he attended a meeting drunk, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has offered to mentor him to enable him discharge his duties more effectively.

The lawmaker, aged 30 years, last Thursday hit the headlines after he arrived at a meeting meant to discuss increased sale and consumption of illicit brew in Elburgon, Molo Constituency, looking confused.

UNFORTUNATE

Mr Kinyanjui Sunday said the matter deserves the attention of local leaders as he termed it an unfortunate incident.

But he urged residents not to judge the legislator based on the one incident.

“It was an unfortunate incident, but it must also help us to acknowledge that leaders are also human. As a senior leader in the region, I shall mentor him to discharge his duties more effectively. Leadership is a journey, as long as we are ready to learn,” said the governor.

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