Jimmy Wanjigi is one of the politicians known nation wide as those who are not afraid to express their mind. This has been evident in many occasions when the known bussiness mongul and presidential aspirant in the just concluded poll speaks whenever things doesn't work the way the should be. However today, he informed president William Ruto the dangers of accommodating election losers in his government.
While speaking at a church occasion in Kiambaa, Wanjigi informed Ruto that accommodating elections losers in his government just like his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta did, would lead him to unspeakable bad end. "Let me congratulate president for battling to the end of amidst controversies and intimidation from the just concluded regime. But what you need to hear Mr president is that give room for strong opposition. Accommodating election looser, somebody who was your enemy initially can be a major risk and a cover up to your legacy." Said Jimmy Wanjigi.
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