Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui today told the people of Molo that he was tired and worried after internal wrangles rocked Jubilee party revealing that before he could help amend President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto tainted relationship, he had to save himself first.
“Unajua tulichaguliwa na Chama Cha Jubilee na hiyo chama Cha Jubilee tulikuwa nayo na mipango mzuri sana lakini kama familia, tulikumbwa na msukokosuko na nikakuwa na wasiwasi sana because I am a peace lover.
Nijijaribu kuleta patanisho ya hawa na wake, nikajaribu lakini nikashindwa. Hapo ndipo nikasema before you save others, save yourself first. Nikaona hatutangoja mambo ifike huko" Lee Kinyanjui said while addressing residents of Molo today.
Governor Lee Kinyanjui is among the Azimio La Umoja supporters who are pushing for the Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader Raila Odinga to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta as the 5th President of Kenya.
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