The Kiambaa People are set to elect their representative in the national assembly after their MP, Paul Koinange passed away. Various parties have filled Candidates. The competition is between Jubilee aspirant and the the UDA candidate. The late Paul was a member of the ruling party, Jubilee. The machines are using the all means to reclaim the seat.
While addressing the Kiambaa residents,the majority leader Amos Kimunya said that if the Jubilee candidate will not be elected ,no more Development projects will be directed there.This has raised the eyebrows of many Kenyans who have condemned the statement by the majority leader.
The Senator of Murang'a, Irungu Kang'ata has questioned Amos Kimunya on several account. Through his account Twitter," Hon Kimunya,If ODM supporters who abused and humiliated HE are getting enhanced Development, what of Kiambaa residents who have been supporting HE steadfast since 2002, why should they be punished for supporting DP, a steadfast supporter of HE?"
Kenyans were not left behind, they condemned the leader of majority.
@zephenath, such auducity for a man who has no track record in his years being finance Minister.
@ lenoroshi, such are reckless statement, unfortunately coming from a leader of Kimunya caliber.It remind of famous " Kimunya must go" debate by @KBonimteyezi.
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