Machakos governor Alfred Mutua has been met with controversial attacks from netizens after he blamed Raila Odinga and Martha Karua for the rising cost of living.
After successful rallies where he accompanied Ruto, Mudavadi, Wetangula, Salim, Speaker Muturi, Kithure Kindiki, Aisha Jumwa and Mohammed Ali today in Tononoka, Mombasa, Kwale county, he took it to share in his twitter page.
"Tononoka imetononoka. Kenyans have declared enough is enough. It is time for change. At Tononoka grounds in Mombasa, thousands agreed that it is time for change. We cannot continue to be in a country where bad governance and poor economic planning has led to food crisis," he said.
"Unga is now up to 250 shillings and going up. Cooking Oil, gas, fuel, basically everything is becoming more expensive while salaries remain fixed and when there is no money in circulation. Truely, all is not well and it is a time for change," he added.
Mutua added that Azimio is a synonym for the current regime that has brought all these hardships. His remarks have sparkled mixed reactions.
Armstrong Quest: We don't care what you people say. After all Ruto is number two in this regime as the price goes up. What issue doing apart from drawing salary which he is not working for? We as western people are in Azimio.
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