"Mimi Sio Hustler Na Hamtanitisha," Treasury CAS Tells Off Mourners At Mighty Salim's Funeral
By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 10114 views
On Tuesday, Different leaders from Mt Kenya trooped to Subukia to bid farewell to fallen Mugithi singer MightySalim in Nakuru County.
Several high profile politicians were in attendance including Governor Lee Kinyanjui, vocal Gatundu south Mp Moses Kuria and area Mp (Subukia Constituency) Hon Gichobe.
There was drama when former area Mp and current Treasury CAS Nelson Gachuihie told off mourners who started heckling him when he told them to pass the Building Bridges Initiative document.
"Let me tell you, This days Mps can't connect you with water, it's not factored in the CDF, It's you to decide if you want to pass BBI so that this MCAs can get Ward fund and connect you water." CAS Gachuhie said.
Amid heckles from the mourners, Gachuihie told them off saying ; "Mimi hamtanitisha, you can not intimidate me, Mimi sio Hustler, siwezi kujiita Hustler ndo tupendane na nyinyi." the defiant former area Mp barked.
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