While accompanying the deputy president William Ruto in Mathare Constituency on Sunday, she disclosed that unlike the current Head of State, president Mwai Kibaki never used to launch projects at night.
"Let me tell you, I used to work with His Excellency President Mwai Kibaki, he used to have a small diary that he used and always had it with him. Let me tell you, when he takes it out, I'm telling you whatever he writes was final."Bishop Margaret Wanjiru noted.
She noted that it was unfortunate that the current Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta was such an embarrassment that he is launching projects at night.
"After serving under Kibaki, I surely don't know what Uhuru Kenyatta has drank. It is unfortunate that our president is so much into into the sane people that were against him."she noted.
She however noted that when the right time comes, they will teach their opponents a very good lesson that they will regret opposing His Excellency the deputy president William Ruto.
She said this when she accompanied the Deputy president William Ruto at the Agrican Holy Ghost Christian Church in Kiamaiko area.
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