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What Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika Has Said After Moses Kuria, Kimani Ngunjiri Recent Political Moves

There are no permanent enemies in politics. This is a popular saying that has only grown more relevant after recent developments in kenyan politics that even Nakuru county senator Susan Kihika seemingly appreciates.

Bahati constituency MP Hon Kimani Ngunjiri recently made utterances that pointed out to him supporting Nakuru governor Jubilee party candidate Lee Kinyanjui. On the other hand, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria made utterances that made it look like he was on his way out of Kenya kwanza.

However, few days later, Ngunjiri displayed a public show of good relationship by appearing in a political rally with his supposed political nemesis Susan Kihika, a seeming change of heart. On the other hand, Kuria was busy at Kenya Kwanza rallies after initially indicating he would boycott them.

This has prompted the Nakuru county senator to take to social media with a cryptic reaction to the two leaders' moves.

In a message, she told her audience that indeed politics should not be taken very seriously, mimicking remarks made previously by Uasin Gishu governor Jackson Mandagor.

She captioned off her message with photos of Ngunjiri with her in a heated friendly discussion at a rally and photos of Moses Kuria firmly at Kenya Kwanza rallies.

"Yenyewe, siasa tuweke kwa lungs. Goodnight people," she said in what translates to: (don't take politics very seriously. Goodnight).

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