Following his comments in response to what people of Mwea were apparently stated to be going through in the first 100 days of the UDA regime, lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has left Kenyans in a state of conversation.
A Mwea County inhabitant tweeted that the county's residents are still suffering even within after 100 days of UDA government. He swore that they should band together and oppose the awful rule's progressive implementation.
This sparked Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru's emotions, who is affiliated with the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga, and forced him to concentrate with Mwea people. According to reports, he said he recognized the suffering people of Mwea felt as a result of a government making false promises to them. Ndegwa claimed that rice stalls are filled with imported rice from Pakistan instead of Pishori rice from Mwea. He cursed the action terming it unfair to Mwea rice farmers for they face a lot of hardships.
Ndegwa Njiru tweeted, “My Mwea people I feel u,I feel your tears,I know the pain you undergo for you to place that plate of DELICIOUS PISHORI on our plates,I know the pain you feel when a government that PRIDE itself as a people’s centered government floods those RICE stalls with the IMPORTED PAKISTANS RICE.”
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