Former Meru county deputy governor Titus Ntuchiu has no chills for the outgoing agriculture cabinet secretary Peter Gatirau Munya and his confidant Tigania East member of parliament Mpuru Aburi.
This is after the two held a press ravishing the exit of former Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi's Devolution Empowerment Party (DEP) alias Mbus from former prime minister Raila Odinga's Azimio outfit to back president elect William Ruto.
Acknowledging that Mbus is a pragmatic party, Ntuchiu argues that their decision to join hands with Ruto's Kenya Kwanza was well informed by the reality on the ground as Meru people voted overwhelmingly for Ruto.
He further notes that some imposters led by Munya and Aburi are up in arms against their party decision despite them not being Mbus members as he also reminds them how they campaigned against them in the just concluded general elections.
This comes barely hours after Munya, Aburi together with Azimio party leader Raila and his running mate Martha Karua held a press briefing condemning the move by Kiraitu's party to ditch the outfit even before the supreme court makes their ruling on the presidential election petitions.
During the press, Munya told the media that the former Meru governor was not true to the Azimio course and that's why he defected adding that it is better to remain with few but loyal members.
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