Former member of parliament for the constituency of Nyeri town, Hon. Ngunjiri Wambugu, has broken his silence regarding President Ruto's remarks about former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The former congressman for the Jubilee party said that Ruto and his team should stop going after Uhuru and instead focus on bringing Kenyans together, since many Kenyans didn't vote for Ruto and instead voted for Uhuru.
"True. I stated it already. We must move forward. If we continue to trash Uhuru, some of us who "went home with him" would be unable to advance and unite with others who voted for Ruto. And we are numerous-extremely numerous. " He made a post on his Facebook page.
So let us all agree that competition has ended. The administration of Uhuru Kenyatta has concluded its mission. The current administration is led by William Ruto. Sasa ni wakati wa Ruto ku #TimizaAhadi as we let Uhuru be. " Ngunjiri added.
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