Bahati constituency member of Parliament Honourable Kimani Ngunjiri has shared a message of hope with Kenyans on Sunday morning.
His message was from the Bible's book of 1 Samuel 17:45 which talks about God protecting those who depend on him for their defense.
"You come against me/us with the sword and javelin, but we come against you in the name of the Lord Almighty. 1 Sam. 17:45. Be encouraged and have a blessed Sunday. #kusemaUkweliNaKwendaBinguni"https://t.co/cwGf3tCJq0
Part of the message also noted that this is the year of telling the truth and nothing more remaining but going to heaven which is a phrase that he has been used to talking about.
Sometimes back, he noted that he has remained with only telling the truth and dying and hence that is the reason that he doesn't lie in his old age.
His Sunday's message was accompanied with a photo of himself and deputy president William Ruto while the two are at the deputy president William Ruto's official residence in Nairobi's Karen.
This comes at a time when Nakuru county hustler nation movement is having issues on who should be the leader of the movement between him and Nakuru county senator Susan Kihika.
At a past function, Ngunjiri while speaking at a press conference in Naivasha cautioned Kihika against fighting Uhuru. The MP especially alleged that the Jubilee Senator's real reason behind running for Nakuru Governor's seat in 2022 was to get back at Uhuru.
"My friend, politics is not about you but Nakuru residents. We want to respect the President and allow him to drink tea at State House with his successor. How can you disturb the President's peace? Try and you will see my wrath as I won't allow Nakuru residents to be divided, "Ngunjiri warned.
This didn't come out well with Susan Kihika and this led to the divisions on who should lead in hustler nation movement registration in the area.
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