Two legistlators from Jubilee party and central region firebrands in the political circles meet on vernacular television station Inooro Tv owned by Royal Media Services. Kikuyu Mp Kimani Ichungwa and Nyeri Town Mp Wambugu Ngunjiri were the invited guests on the famous Kiririmbi show.
The interview started on a high note as the two leaders went head on each other on various issues affecting the country. Kimani Ichungwa started off by saying that he and other Mt Kenya region legistlators evaded a police dragnet along Thika road last week while going for a meeting.
He said that they got hold of the information and changed venue the last minute. Then Wambugu Ngunjiri told off Ichungwa telling him that they were not in a position to speak for the GEMA nation to the deputy president William Ruto.
Ngunjiri Wambugu also reminded Ichungwa that he was the budget committee spearhead but he failed to even table a bill concerning whatever he was talking about now.
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