The national assembly speaker was accompanied by leaders allied to UDA party. The leaders includes Dagoretti South legislator John Kiarie Waweru and Mbeere legislator Muriithi Njagagua. The two leaders are close allies of deputy president William Ruto and supporters of UDA party.
Speaking in the event, speaker Justin Muturi urged Ugenya residents to vote keenly in the next general election. He said that Kenya needs peaceful and transparent leaders without corruption scandals. He also called for unity of diversity as we head to the next general election.
The speaker was hosted by area Ugenya legislator David Ochieng. He praised him for his progressive development projects. Other local leaders present included former police spokesperson Charles Owino, former Rarieda MP Fred Gumo among other local elected leaders.
This information and photos were shared by Embu newspaper on its official Facebook page. The event was also aired live on Charles Owino official Facebook page. Below is the link of the whole event.
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