I Will Not Resign, Says Narok Governor
Tunai's opponents want him to resign over corruption allegations.
Tunai accused his opponents including Narok County Senator Stephen Ole Ntutu of opposing his leadership because of personal interests.
Speaking to the media in Nairobi in the company of four Mps, and forty Mcas from Narok County, Tunai said his county government has doubled revenue from the Maasai Mara National Reserve through the automation of revenue collection.
Tunai is facing a back lash from a section of Narok County Leaders who want him to resign over claims of corruption and mismanagement of resources.
By Rehema Juma
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