Karanja Kibicho is one of the most respected but feared leaders in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. That is because he is a no nonsense man who has been dealing fearlessly with anyone who tries to mess with him or his government.
In recent days, the Interior PS has been busy planning the Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kirinyaga. He has been working tirelessly in order to get everything right before the D-Day and as things seem to be, he managed to beat time and ensured everything is set before the day.
Through his official twitter account, Karanja Kibicho broke his silence as he stated that all is set for the long awaited Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kirinyaga. That is a big step considering that he managed to fulfill that amidst a wrangle between Governor Anne Waiguru and women representative Wangui Ngirici.
"With the unfailing support of Kirinyaga county residents, we’ve delivered a befitting venue for tomorrow's Mashujaa Day. On behalf of the National Celebrations Committee, I thank you all for making this a reality. May we extend our famous hospitality to all our guests tomorrow." Tweeted Karanja Kibicho.
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