A number of politicians who previous aligned themselves with the Raila-led Azimio la Umoja coalition, accompanied president William Ruto for a church service in Nyandarua county on Sunday.
Ol Kalou member of parliament, David Njuguna Kiaraho, who was elected for a second term on a Jubilee party ticket caused a light moment when he was given a chance to speak.
The lawmaker accused his colleague members of parliament from the Kenya Kwanza side of mocking them. He said that everytime he appears a bit tired, UDA MPs approach him and mock him whether he is coming from demonstrations.
David Njuguna Kiaraho
Kiaraho asked president William Ruto to protect him from the mockery by some UDA members. He stated that he has no energy to demonstrate and throw stones adding that he will work with the Kenya Kwanza government.
"I have one plea from you Mr president. Protect us from your members especially those from Nyandarua here. Everytime they see me a bit tired they approach and ask me whether I am coming from demonstrations. I want to say here that I don't have the energy to demonstrate and throw stones," stated Njuguna amid laughter from congregants. (Watch video from 1hr 33min).
Kiaraho said that although he was elected on a Jubilee ticket, which is part of the Azimio coalition, he will work with the current government to ensure that the country moves forward.
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