The MP was speaking while on a campaign trail in Gachie center, Kiambaa constituency for the UDA candidate on Sunday where he asserted that Njuguna Wanjiku was a poor young-man who had no parents and would be best suited to serve the residents as their next MP.
This is the link of a video of his speech: https://www.facebook.com/channel7newstv/videos/124724413014698/?app=fbl
"He is an orphan. He neither has a father nor a mother," said Mohammed.
Ali further revealed that the aspirant was still at his youthful stage like him and he had made a decision to pay a visit to his constituency to campaign for him.
According to him, Njuguna Wanjiku would easily address problems facing his fellow youth through equitable and equal distribution of financial resources particularly, Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
This comes as campaigns for Kiambaa constituency by-election seat hots up as UDA, a political outfit associated with deputy president Dr Ruto fronts John Njuguna Wanjiku as Jubilee settles for Kariri Njama.
The seat fell vacant after the demise of the incumbent Member of Parliament Paul Koinange who was in the Kieleweke faction of Jubilee.
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