Hon Kimani Ngunjiri, who is a member of parliarment for Bahati constituency ignited a hot debate when he said he attended a meeting at DP Ruto's Official residential place at Karen, Nairobi county. (Courtesy photo)
He then revealed that he joined the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto as he met with former councilors from Kajiado county.
He said the meeting was to discuss on economic bottom-up model which is the basis of economic growth. He therefore stated that being grassroot like, the former councilors have a key role to play.(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he mentioned other leaders who were present, the like of Hon Katoo Ole Metito, Hon Gearge Sankuyia and Hon Aisha Jumwa.
It's remembered that this is the first meeting for Kimani Ngunjiri with the Deputy President since the time he voted yes to the BBI report, opposite to the Hustler movement team. He was then criticized by the DP Ruto's supporters on the ground for betraying the Tanga Tanga team.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, majority of them congratulated him for engaging in the economic model that shall revive the country's economy. However, some criticized him for betraying the Hustlers movement at the hour of need in parliarment.
These are some of their reactions:
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