A former personal assistant to Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati has been thrown out of his Milimani home.
Stan Wepundi who was demoted from being the governor’s PA to a research assistant was recently ejected from the government house and property thrown out by the county enforcement officer at 10 am and was given just 30 minutes to leave the premises.
At the time of the eviction, the former PA was reportedly absent from home.
County enforcement officers were said to have arrived at the home and begun throwing out the former PA’s property.
Wepundi’s wife pleaded with the officer to give them more time as she tried to reach her husband but her plea was in vain.
“What has happened is inhumane and I had not received any communication to vacate the county government residential houses before conducting the eviction exercise. I am surprised with the turn of events but God will vindicate me of any wrongdoing,” Wepundi said as reported by The Standard.
According to reports Governor Wangamati and his former PA parted ways in a ‘deal gone sour’ situation.
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The two are said to have fallen out during the burial service of the late Kabuchai MP James Mukwe Lusweti in December last year. During the burial, the governor received a hostile reception when he arrived at the ceremony.
At the ceremony, Governor Wangamati was heckled by mourners forcing him to cut short his speech.
It is said the Governor had blamed Wepundi and two other county offices. Wepundi was immediately replaced by Brian Kibulo.
Calls to the governor and the county housing CEC to get a response on the incident went unanswered.