In his latest rants, Permanent Secretary Karanja Kibicho has again attacked the Deputy President's Allies. Kibicho has vowed to continue educating Kenyans on what they look for when choosing a leader.
"When I tell people to vet those who are seeking political seats, I'm told I'm engaging in politics," Karanja said in Ndia Constituency. "Whether Kenyans like it or not, I will continue to do what is right for the benefit of Kenyans."
He also asked Kenyans to question their leaders about what they have done to them recently. Allies of Deputy President William Ruto have recently chastised him for indulging in politics at the expense of dealing with the country's security issues.
On the other hand, he praised President Kenyatta's kirinyaga record, claiming that he had tarmacked more kilometers of road than his predecessor.
Governor Ann Waiguru and Women Representative are expected to compete for Kirinyaga's governor seat. Does Karanja have a chance of winning, in your opinion? Let us know what you think.
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