MP Ngunjiri who has since been a staunch supporter of William Ruto's Presidential bid has been trending online after his decision to vote in favour of the Constituitional Ammendment Bill 2020.
However, according to the lawmaker sentiments, he has defended himself saying that his move on the Building Bridges Initiative Bill doesn't change his relationship with the second in command.
It's since then, the Bahati MP has proved to Kenyans that voting in favour of the BBI Bill is not an indication of betrayal as he has been spotted visiting local radio stations alongside participating in the United Democratic Alliance party's activities.
In his post, Ngunjiri further made a clear statement hours after visiting William Ruto at his Karen residence to affirm that he still walk the journey with the Deputy President.
Kenyans have angrily reacted to Hon Ngunjiri's post stating that he is no longer trusted since the time he betrayed William Ruto's team by voting in favour of the Building Bridges Initiative Bill.
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