President Uhuru Kenyatta is reportedly a frustrated man after the fall of the Building Bridges Initiative which was set to benefit the Mt Kenya region through resource allocation and constituency addition as his closest Allies reveal the names of rival politicians in the region frustrating his legacy, Reveals what Awaits then in 2022.
Speaking During an interview with the PEOPLE'S DAILY NEWSPAPER today on Monday 27th of September, Nyeri Town constituency Member of parliament Hon Wambugu Ngujiri has revealed that the president is currently frustrated and hungry after a section of Mt Kenya Politicians teamed up to fight his legacy through BBI.
According to Hon Wambugu Ngujiri, all the president wanted was to see his region benefit more through BBI adding that he had no interest in extending his tenure as many leaders alluded. At the same time, the Outspoken legislature has revealed the names of these politicians who contributed to the death of BBI as shown here; Moses Kuria, Martha Karua, Mwangi Kiunjuri, Ndindi Nyoro, Rigathi Gachagua, Irungu Kangata, and many others.
These leaders according to Hon Ngujiri, will find it rough in the upcoming General election in 2022 because the president will ensure that their political career goes to drains.
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