A vocal Tangatanga MP has bravely lectured president Uhuru Kenyatta on his 2022 succession plans. Speaking during a live stream recording on his Facebook page, the Bahati MP hon Onesmus Ngunjiri who is allied to the Ruto blasted Uhuru for backing Raila's candidature.
Ngunjiri accused the head if state of killing his own ruling Jubilee party so that he can ride on Raila's opposition party, a move he claimed 'it has never happened in the world'.
"..The president chased his deputy, chased us in the Parliament so that he can ride on Raila's party..." Ngunjiri said.
The Bahati Mp further wondered why the president of all the decisions he had to choose an opposition leader to be his successor. Alleging that Uhuru had endorsed Raila to succeed him come 2022, he asked the Jubilee party leader why he couldn't choose anybody else from his party for the presidential race if he really hated Ruto instead of backing another party.
"You should have gone back to the party which brought you into power and told them you don't want Ruto...and give us another presidential candidate instead of backing the opposition Party..." Ngunjiri asked the president.
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