Kiharu member of Parliament honourable Ndindi Nyoro now claims that the taught Jubilee party leaders political lessons and now they are just making noise from all corners of this country adding that their noise will not change anything on the August general election.
"We taught they political lessons and now they are just making noise from all corners of this country. I wonder how that will help change anything on the August general election results," he said.
Speaking in Kiambu county during the launching of Affordable housing programs in the county by president William Ruto, Nypro now claims that it is high time that the likes of Jubilee party secretary General Jeremiah Kioni to move on after losing the August general election.
"It is high time for the likes of Jeremiah Kioni among others to move on after losing the August polls and plan on how they can make a political comeback in the 2027 general elections rather than making noise," he added.
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