While addressing residents at his home backyard, Kieni Member Of Parliament Kanini Kega has hinted at ditching the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Camp if his Constituents disapproves of it. The Kieni legislator said the he will be meeting his Constituents to discuss the way forward on which Political move they are going to take. Kanini Kega has been among legislators from the Central Kenya region who have fiercely marketed the former Prime Minister in the mountain.
" We have eight months to go and I will be coming here because I want us to have a discussion on who we will be voting for. Who between the two leading candidates in the presidential race will handles our Issues well . Who will look into the needs of the Kikuyu community. But I will tell you for a fact, we Kikuyus are being shown teeth. Na Kama wanavyo Seema meno hi hekesha mkuki. You will be coerced to vote for someone but after the election you will be discarded," said the Kieni legislator.
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