Jimmi Wanjigi. Photo courtesy.
Businessman cum politician Jimmi Wanjigi, a member of the Of the Orange Democratic Movement party who has declared interest in running for the presidency on the party's ticket, has broken silence after he together with Kalonzo Musyoka of Wiper Democratic Movement party and KANU chairman Gideon Moi walked out of Mudavadis event upon noticing that Ruto was to attend.
Wanjigi in his speech after the event, has warned Kenyans against electing all the existing national leaders arguing that they have been there for years and have never brought any changes to Kenyans, he said that Kenyans only want a good economy to thrive and not the handouts being given to them.
Wanjigi on his relationship with Raila Odinga explained that he is his closest friend and he respects him alot only that he felt Raila wronged by shaking hands with President Uhuru Kenyatta who is part of those who have destroyed the economy. Video here: https://twitter.com/tv47ke/status/1485317829431906309?t=42E8Fxs7xb47NqIjyUEcuA&s=19
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