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"Nianguke Nisianguke Niko Na Ruto, Sitabanduka" MP Ngunjiri Vows As He Takes Swipe On Kuria, Karua


Amid the ongoing Mount Kenya Unity push with leader including Moses Kuria, Martha Karua, Mwangi Kiunjuri and former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo taking the front line to push for one voice in the region as country approaches next election, Bahati Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri has vow to stand with UDA associate William Ruto and his hustlers nation push as he swipe the aforementioned leaders.

Speaking through Radio Maisha, this morning the Bahati Member of Parliament said, no one has Mount Kenya votes at hand. Amid refuting Moses Kuria's recent claim, that, they will only support a candidate that guarantee the rich in vote Mountain the position of DP, CS and ambassador, Hon Ngunjiri termed the remark selfish and not voice of the Central voters.


"No one has the Mount Kenya votes at hand, therefore, the statement that Mount Kenya want DP, CS or Ambassador position from political meetings held by few us more of selfies to the region voters interest." Honorable Ngunjiri begun.

According to him, the ground is intact for Hustler nation in the mountain and nothing has changed, his support to the DP is unwavering, even though other Presidential aspirants including Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Mudavadi among others keeps visiting the region to sell their candidature.


"Nianguke, Nisianguke niko na Ruto. The ground is intact, nothing has changed, with all other candidate including Raila, Mudavadi, they will get their shares but DP will also get it share." He concluded.


His remark flows barely a day after Chama Cha Kazi Kuria, Narc Kenya's Karua, Mwangi Kiunjuri of TSP and William Kabogo Tujibebe Wakenya meeting at Naivasha, where, they appointed former Justice and Foreign Affairs Minister also Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua as the mountain spokesperson ahead of battle bruise.


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