Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega speaking during a past meeting. Photo courtesy.
Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega, has reacted to the manifesto launches of Deputy President Dr William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition and Professor George Wajakoyah of Roots Party, which are currently going on in Kasarani and Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) by saying he has no time to watch Deputy President Dr William Ruto, launching his bottom-up economic model manifesto instead he is watching the Roots Party presidential candidate Professor George Wajakoyah launching his manifesto in KICC.
In his latest message on Facebook, Kanini told his supporters that he is currently busy watching Professor George Wajakoyah as he launches his manifesto at KICC. He has no time to watch the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition manifesto launch by Deputy President Dr William Ruto. He therefore asked his supporters whom they are currently watching on television between the two presidential candidates.
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