Over 30 Members of Parliament has on Thursday held a crucial meeting in an undisclosed location as fresh details emerge.
Nyeri Town MP Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu has confirmed that they have met with over 30 Members of Parliament from the Mt Kenya region informing that it is a routine of a series of meetings they have been holding often to discuss Mt Kenya politics and the progress in Jubilee administration.
MP Wambugu has continued to state that the agenda of the meeting is to ensure that they keep a check on the development progress by the Jubilee Administration including discussing the interest of the Mt Kenya region ahead of the year 2022.
"The conversation continued this morning. Incidentally, we have a team of over 30 MPs from our region who meet regularly to ensure that this government delivers on what we promised and that our interests are defined and secured in the next government. We continue detailing what done, and looking at remaining gaps," the Nyeri Town Legislator has said.
MP Wambugu has said that in the meeting they have also harmoniously decided that they shall continue supporting President Uhuru to deliver what he promised Kenyans moreso in the implementation of his Big 4 agenda.
"We must deliver what’s for now, now. Even as we plan for tomorrow," MP Ngunjiri has said.
Among leaders present are Majority Leader Amos Kimunya, Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni, Mwea Member of Parliament Hon Kabinga Wachira wa Thayu among others.
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