Kikuyu member of Parliament Hounerable Kimani Ichung'wah. Photo courtesy.
Kikuyu member of Parliament, Hounerable Kimani Ichung'wah has taken to his Twitter handle to react to the alleged planned arrest of Orange democratic party presidetial hopeful Candidate Jimmy Wanjigi. According to Kimani Ichung'wah, Wanjigi is being frustrated for Allegedly attacking Odinga while attending Wiper party meeting. The Legislator has continued by sharing a video where Wanjigi is seen claiming that Odinga has changed and that he is nolonger that powerful parson who fought for democracy sometime back.
Wanjigi has been on record claiming that he will defeat Odinga in a free and fair delegate's elections which will determine who will be the party flag-bearer in the upcoming election. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon in the country.
"So this is what Wanjigi from Muranga gets from Tinga for just speaking out at @skmusyoka’s yatta meeting.Yet Tinga is only on borrowed (if not grabbed) Power!Now imagine if (God forbid),he got real power! Sisi kinyasa boom!" Posted Kimani Ichung'wah.
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