National Assembly Speaker Hon JB Muturi has today cautioned Uhuru against thinking that his scheduled Embu Rally in the coming week will be a walk in the park because the Mt Kenya East County has decided to fully support Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid and his Kenya Kwanza Alliance Team, hence leaving no room for the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya.
Speaking during DP William Ruto's Githimu Tour of Embu where he openly attacked former Senator Hon Lenny Kivuti and accused him of being used to entice the residents of Embu with Packets of Unga ahead of Uhuru's Visit, the National Assembly Speaker didn't fail to inform Uhuru that he missed the Mark when he agreed to shake hands with Raila who has caused havoc in the Ruling Jubilee Government.
"Kwa Sababu Nimeskia Rafiki Yangu Uhuru Kenyatta anakuja Hapa Embu Kuwabebeleza Na Eti anatumia Lenny Kivuti ata Si Emirio, Wanajificha Na Kitu Inaitwa Jubilee..... Uhuru Tunakwambia Ya Kwamba Hapa Tunasupport Ruto Na Kura Zote Ni Kwake." Muturi Said as Found between 26:56 to 27:28 (Video) Timecode.
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