The Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has hit out the Kenya Kwanza Brigade which was led by the Kenya Kwanza running mate, Rigathi Gachagua in the Rift Valley region. Kinyanjui cited the team forgot about their manifestos and focused on him.
Through his social media page, Governor Lee cited that they were eagerly waiting to hear the plans the Kenya Kwanza had for the people of Nakuru. He said they were expecting to hear how they will tackle corruption to help the youths in Nakuru, only for them for forgetting their Manifestos.
He said that they changed everything and focused on him. He said that they mentioned his name 28 times against their flag bearer 23 times.
"The yellow team was in Nakuru ostensibly to sell their manifesto, but along the way, forgot and focused on me. In your entire tour, you have mentioned my name 28 times against your flag bearer 22. " Governor Lee Cited.
Lee questioned them about where he has turned to be their Manifesto. He told the team to focus on their agendas and shun cheap politics. He said that corruption is the major issue that they should be focusing on.
"We were keenly waiting to hear how you plan to tackle corruption, maybe you conveniently forgot. Fig thing corruption would help our youth secure a decent livelihood.." He added
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