ODM party ticket aspirant and business man Jimmy Wanjigi has been working hard to make sure he woes Kenyans. Even though, just like other aspirants he encounters rowdy youths, he has not given up. He has continued his journey to different parts of the country.
Today, Wanjigi raised fresh allegations against Kenya's members of parliament. According to him, the MPs are planning to raise the Kenyan debt from nine trillion to twelve trillion. That by doing this, a normal Kenyan will be pressed. This is because for every 100 shillings earned, they will be owing 120 shillings.
Wanjigi has gone ahead and urged Kenyans to be vigilant on who they elect come next year. That some of the people are hungry for power and money. It should be remembered that Wanjigi has complained about plans of ODM party holding unfair nominations. That by doing this, he will be denied the party ticket.
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