Nyeri Town member of Parliament Hounerable Ngujiri Wambugu. Photo courtes
Nyeri Town member of Parliament Hounerable Ngujiri Wambugu has taken to his Facebook page to issue a statement after Musalia's big day at Bomas of Kenya. He has Castigated Deputy president William Ruto for Allegedly asking leaders from Mount Kenya region to fold their parties and join UDA Party but he is welcoming other regions leaders through their outfits.
Deputy president William Ruto has been on record asking leaders from different part of the country to fold tribal outfits and join his Party that he claims has a national outlook. He even asked Moses Kuria and former cabinet secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri to fold their outfits and work with him in building a strong party that will revive the Economy. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
"You tell mount Kenya region to fold their parties but welcome other regions to work with you through their Parties" posted Ngujiri Wambugu.
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