Bahati Member of Parliament Hon Kimani Ngunjiri speaking to the members of the press conference. Photo courtesy.
Bahati Member of Parliament Hon Kimani Ngunjiri who is a staunch ally of Deputy President Dr William Ruto, has scoffed at Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho and former Gatanga Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Peter Kenneth, for linking Deputy President Dr William Ruto with the privatization of Mombasa, Lamu, Naivasha and Kisumu Ports. He argued that that's a lie and Deputy President William Ruto did not participate in the sell of those ports.
Speaking to the members of the press conference today, Ngunjiri scoffed at Joho saying he is spreading propagandas against Ruto while he is the one who sold the ports together with President Uhuru and Raila Odinga. He either asked former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth to tell Kenyans who his father is first before he starts talking ill about DP Ruto. He should led people know who is his father whether is a Germany or an Italian since nobody knows up to now who his father is up to now.
"Kitu ingine ningependa kusema ni mbaya sana kwa serikali yetu kuuza bandari yetu ya Mombasa, Malindi and Kisumu na nimeskia watu wakirukaruka eti Naibu Wa Rais William Ruto alihusika. Mwenye nimeskia ni Joho akirukaruka kama mpira imajaa pumzi eti Ruto alipitisha hio kitu kwa cabinet uwongo, wewe Joho speak some sense wewe na Rais na Raila ndio mliuza port. Mwingine ni Peter Kenneth nimeskia akirukaruka, kwanza nataka kuuliza Peter Kenneth tuambie kwanza Babako ni nani who is your father ni mjerumani wale walitupiga ama ni muitaliano? Please tells us..." He said.
Video link as he spoke between 2:00 minutes to 4:40 minutes:
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