The Kiharu MPs move to hold a fundraiser barely a day after the presidential order regarding Covid-19, reports indicate that Mitungu area chief and his two assistants have been interdicted.
According to a source who requested anonymity, the government officials were interdicted after Kiharu MP conducted a harambee in the area, a move which saw Nyoro face criticism from Kenyans for openly defying President Uhuru’s public order.
The Kiharu MP had attended a fundraiser to help in the drilling of a borehole at the Mitungu shopping center- Kiharu.
The project which is under the Upper Tana is worth Ksh 5.5 Million with the fundraiser happening barely a day after President Kenyatta banned all forms of gatherings to help in curbing the spread of Covid-19 which is in the rise countrywide.
On Friday March, 26, President Uhuru gave orders that any form of social or public gatherings were banned for 60 days in an aim to control the rise of Covid-19.
The president also noted that the third wave of the Virus is more infectious and citizens needed to take extra precautions to avoid spreading the same.