By Eng John Masharia
On Tuesday, I was summoned by the DCIO Koibatek to record a statement over a post I made on Facebook alleging that Eldama Ravine MP Moses Lessonet was among the MPs who supported the removal of Hon Aden Duale as the National Assembly Majority Leader.
You will notice that during the Purge that saw several MPs allied to the DP William Ruto removed from Parliamentary Committees, MP Lessonet was lucky to remain in the top five Key committees.
The story of MP Moses Lessonet supporting and signing the removal of Duale was all over social media, but he never bothered to look for the source, he solely chose to target me alone.
The complainant here is Franklin Kibet Rono(MC) one of MP Lessonet’s handlers. He registered his complaint at the DCIO Koibatek after I posted a story on the deplorable state of Kiplombe Primary School classrroom structures and a subsequent story, that Kiplombe Primary last received NG-CDF from the MP 2007/2009 F/Y. The school has been operating without finding from NG-CDF for the last 12 years.
From my story on the deplorable state of Kiplombe Primary School, am happy to report that the NG-CDF, Eldama Ravine visited the learning institution and the face of 1966 structures will soon be thing of the past.
I wish to state categorically, no amount of intimidation will stop me from writing stories of human interest that can open doors to the community being assisted. We need a balanced development in Eldama Ravine.
Lastly, I am very happy to learn that a pupil at Kiplombe Primary School will have a decent classroom to study in when school resume.
I am also happy that I have woken up my MP to attend to such urgent matters at hand and I am happy I can write a story that will impact a life positively.
Finally, I am looking forward to positively criticize Hon Lessonet and any other leader in a bid to have them work for the people who elected them without favouritism.
Should there be a positive effort by any leader, they should sit pretty and be sure that they’ll be acknowledged and be reminded of their ills when they err.