Calls for dissolution of the Taita Taveta County government intensified at the weekend as local leaders continued to pull in different directions.
Senator Johnes Mwaruma and Wundanyi MP Danson Nwashoko hit out at MCAs, accusing them of interfering with the Executive for selfish gain.
However, Woman Rep Lydia Haika called for dialogue to end the impasse over budget.
“The Executive and the assembly must talk and iron out the contentious issues. This has always been my position and it will continue to be,” said Ms Haika, a Jubilee legislator.
Mr Mwaruma and Mr Mwashako said MCAs had forgotten their jobs and were instead busy fighting the Executive.
“It has become very difficult for Governor Granton Samboja to continue working with the current MCAs. They must all go home to give residents a new opportunity to elect progressive leaders to steer the county ahead,” Mwashako said.