Suna East MP Junet Mohamed has been on the receiving end for the past two days after claiming that once the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga wins the presidency in 2022, the government would 'belong' to the Nyanza region.
The MP during a fundraising event in Nyamira 'jokingly' said that people from the Mount Kenya region would be treated as visitors in Raila's government, remarks that have since raised eyebrows.
Speaking in Kiambu County on Sunday after attending a church service at the Latter Glory Worship Centre alongside other leaders and Deputy President William Ruto, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro defended Junet over the remarks.
"I don't know people are attacking Junet. I want those attacks directed to my friend to end, he is a professional person and I congratulate him. This is because he is the only honest person in that camp, and who cares about Kenyans in that what they talk in private, he comes to the public to tell Kenyans," said Nyoro.
Nyoro further left the congregation in stitches after saying that Junet as his friend will tell him more of what they have said in their closed door meetings.
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