The adviser to Raila Odinga has conveyed some alarming news to the people of Mount Kenya, accusing them of making a serious political error by rejecting some of their own who would have protected their interests in Nairobi County.
The Kikuyu community has now been advised to quit bemoaning and griping about Sakaja's new rules in Nairobi by Saboti Constituency Member of Parliament Caleb Amisi, addressing through his tweeter account. He has criticized them for disobeying Uhuru's directives to support Jubilee candidate Polycarp Igathe and instead casting their ballots for Sakaja.
Hon Amisi also stated that the Kikuyus voted against Uhuru's wishes because they believed that Igathe was his idea and that doing so was a sort of retribution, even though it is now they who are suffering rather than Uhuru.
Kikuyu's objections follow governor Sakaja's decision to close clubs in Nairobi's residential districts and forbid Matatus from operating in the city's central business district. They now assert that these instructions have actually had an impact on their operations. According to Amisi Kikuyu's should now adapt to Sakaja's directive that he will remain in place, adding that the man (Uhuru) whom they believed they punished is now on an Indian cruise ship enjoying life with a large spoon.
"On the ballot, there was a kikuyu candidate who purportedly represented the interests of the kikuyu business community. He was known as Uhuru Project Azimio by you. Uhuru is presently blissfully lounging on a cruise ship in the Indian Ocean. Sakaja Johnson will be active ". Honorable Caleb Amisi said.
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