Bahati constituency member of parliament honorable Kimani Ngunjiri an ally for deputy president William Ruto has today revived his attacks on Jubilee governor honorable Lee Kinyanjui.
Kimani Ngunjiri claims that it's indeed sad that after Lee Kinyanjui realized that he's going nowhere, has now began bribing the Nakuru residents with Maize flour. Instead of coming up with strategies of creating jobs opportunities for unemployed youths in Nakuru county.
Speaking during KKA political rally in Nakuru, Kimani Ngunjiri told Lee Kinyanjui that nobody in Nakuru county want to hear about his stories.
Kimani Ngunjiri also warned that Nakuru residents that they should not take the Maize flour. It might reduce their reproductive fertility.
"Mr Lee Kinyanjui Tunakwambia ya Kwamba Hatutaki Mambo Yako. This issue of bribing Nakuru Voters with Unga has come to an end and the ground is getting slippery. Wacha niwambie mkikula unga ya Lee hamtazaa tena.." kimani Ngunjiri Told Lee Kinyanjui.
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