Ndaragwa Member Of Parliament Jeremiah Kioni has blatantly said that, only people who will follow President Uhuru Kenyatta plans will be in Statehouse in 2022. The Vocal legislator was speaking at TV 47 on Monday morning.
"The team that will be in Statehouse in 2022 is the team that will follow that Uhuru's infrastructure. Because it is hard to work outside the BBI and I sympathize with those opposing it. It will be hard for the to be in. When you are moving out of Statehouse like President Uhuru is about to do, you cannot allow your predecessor to misuse what they cannot account for," revealed the legislator.
The Legislator continued to say that kenyans will vote in for a coalition that will address their issues and put money in their pockets and the one that will be determined to change their lives
"The coalition that will be on power in 2022, is the coalition that will address our issues. The one that will put money in our pockets. Kenya will be focused on the people who will change their lives," said Jeremiah Kioni.
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