There was drama on Sunday evening as Majority leader Kimani Ichung’wah faced off EALA MP Kanini Kega in the popular Inooro TV political show Kiririmbi. The political debate is one of the most sought after platform for politics concerning Mount Kenya region.
The two leaders majored on the progress of the economy under the new administration with both appealing to Kenyans to be patient with the Kenya Kwanza administration.
However, Kanini Kega urged the president to consider returning some of the subsidies especially on basic products to shield Kenyans from the harsh economic times.
As the interview was ongoing, UDA politician and the member of parliament for Dagoreti South John Kiarie stormed in the interview room accompanied by Inooro TV staff. The interruption was organized to celebrate the show’s host Francis Gachuri as he hosted the last show.
The guests had to stop temporarily as the team cut cake in celebration. Gachuri is set to join the government as the press secretary for the interior Ministry.
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