Kikuyu Member Of Parliament has welcomed another close ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta to Hustler Nation Movement barely hours after Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru showing signs of ditching Jubilee Party. In a tweet he has shared on his Twitter handle, the vocal Tangatanga legislator has happily welcomed Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui to William Ruto allied Hustler Nation Movement. The pronouncements by the Kikuyu legislator comes barely hours after remarks by Lee Kinyua over frustration in Jubilee Party.
The Nakuru County Chief has bitterly expressed his frustration after Jubilee Party leadership actions of replacing the Late Senator Victor Prengei with a different person than what was largely expected. According to tye Nakuru County Chief, the Late Senator Prengei replacement was supposed to have come from his community which is mostly considered as a minority. However, the Jubilee Party ignored the Ogiek Community where senator Prengei originated. The discontentment of Lee Kinyanjui has made Kimani Ichungw'a to warmly welcome Kinyanjui in Hustler Nation where he claims there's is enough consultation.
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