As the politics of the coming general elections heat up in the country,the political leaders have been moving from one place of the country to the other as they look for votes and support from the residents.
Many have come up with different ideologies and statements which they use to justify themselves in the face of the citizens.Yesterday,the former Kiambu county governor Fardinand Waititu had visited Limuru where he said that his enemies went against him as he resisted BBI and supported the deputy president.
He said that it was his enemies who conspired against him out for resisting BBI and supporting the deputy president."It is my enemies who conspired against me out for resisting BBI and supporting William Ruto."said Fardinand.
He also said that his supporters should know that he is coming to vie for the governor of Kiambu county.He said that he is coming more stronger than he was at his last time and that he is ready to deliver to the people of Kiambu.
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