Deputy President William Ruto's trusted blogger Dennis Itumbi has exposed a letter allegedly written by the Kieni resident seeking to address the area MP Kanini Kega to account for the failed development projects on the constituency.
According to Itumbi, Kieni lawmaker has been accused by the electorate for peddling half truth and 'lies' on radio stations and TV channels indicating that he (MP) has done enough to Kieni residents.
In the letter, the electorate revealed that the Karaguriro borehole which is being linked to Kanini Kega's project was drilled in 2007/8 several years back before Kanini Kega became the MP.
The parliamentary budget and appropriation chair is also accused of promising to install solar pump to the aforementioned borehole which is yet to be done up to date.
Kanyiriri borehole is also said to have been drilled by the county government and not by Kanini Kega as he claims.
The electorate challenged the area MP to go live on his Facebook page and show the netizens any single project he has implemented in the aid to solve the Kinyaiti water problems.
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