This is inhuman - Official
A top Kanu official for Tharaka-Nithi County has criticized leaders from the area who have gone personal to discredit the Chaka University Vice Chancellor Professor Erastus Njoka .
Area party Chairman Peter Ndatho said although he does not support the Don politically, it was inhuman for the detractors to dispute his academic credentials.
“Professor Njoka deserves respect for what he has been able to accomplish for our great county. Just because he has declared his intent to view for the area gubernatorial seat he should be humiliated by his detractors by using state agents and other organs, “the official cautioned.
Speaking to the media this morning, Ndatho urged leaders to conduct themselves maturely and stop mudslinging their perceived political enemies .
He reminded them they should remembers in politics there were no permanent enemies as those they branded enemies could turn out to be their greatest friends through various circumstances .
“Along these lines am urging all leaders in Tharaka –Nithi county both in office and those wishing to vie for various elective positions come next year’s general elections ,”Ndatho said.
The official also cautioned that since elections come and go area leaders should learn to live and let live while the county would be there for ever and ever more.
The chairman has since called on all the leaders to sober up and conduct themselves maturely during the electioneering period putting into account that they will still live together as before after the elections .
He said he will continue to accord Njoka the due respect he deserves through he (Ndatho), subscribes to a different political persuasion .
“Professor Njoka , it has emerged those mudslinging him have been left an embarrassed lot after subjecting to summons by the EACC, is an academician per excellence who has a special space these detractors will never occupy regardless of what they have done to him,”he noted .
Njoka is the first VC to head Chuka University after it was chartered in 2013 by President Mwai Kibaki to date.