Kiharu Constituency Member of Parliament (MP) Ndindi Nyoro has boldly sent a warning to Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i and and his ICT counterpart Joe Mucheru while advising President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Speaking during Kenya Kwanza stopover in Rongai, Nakuru County, the vocal legislator urged the locals to vote in Ruto as their next President.
Advise to Uhuru
Ndindi claimed that he has seen in the Newspaper that the President is set to popularize Azimio - One Kenya Alliance presidential bid, contrary to earlier reports of refraining from politics.
The MP advised the President to keep of campaigns and succession politics if he wants to retire with dignity. He claimed that Uhuru will be embarrassed by the hustlers and the best thing now is to wait for his last day in office and retire peacefully.
Warning to Matiang'i, Mucheru
The legislator went ahead and warned CS Matiang'i and Mucheru over alleged plan to rig elections in favor of Raila.
Ndindi claimed that Kenya Kwanza will be vigilant to ensure that no single vote is stolen. He further warned that should that happen, he would deal with the two Cabinet Secretaries personally.
"I want to tell those dreaming (Matiang'i, Kibicho, Mucheru) to quit their stupid dreams. Thinking that you can steal even a single vote from hustlers is daydreaming," he stated (@0:47).
Watch the full clip here.
On the other side, their main rivals, Azimio team, were busy campaigning in Narok county.
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