Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua visited the statues of independence heroes Dedan Kimathi and Tom Mboya on Tuesday.
During his visit, he was shocked on finding out the two important figures in Nairobi city were left unattended to.
"Surely, we do not expect President Uhuru Kenyatta to personally visit, clean and repair Tom Mboya‘s or Dedan Kimathi’s statues. His people are letting him down and heads should roll. This is an embarrassment to president Uhuru and his Government," he said.
Machakos county boss blamed the poor state of the two statues on early politicking. According to Mutua, leaders are busy campaigning for the 2022 posts and have forgotten their work for the people who elected them.
"I fail to understand leaders who are busy clamoring for positions of power after 2022 and currently unable to take care of business that affects Kenyans. We have to reject such leadership.That is why we need a wind of change come 2022. Kenyans deserve better," he said.
This is not the first time Mutua is attacking leader for going around the country campaigning for 2022 positions. On Friday, he advised that some leader's minds be assessed to know if they are normal.
Mutua also revealed that in Machakos county, government areas, statues, parks, stadiums, offices among other are well taken care off. He attacked Nairobi politicians for keeping themselves clean while neglecting their environment dirty.