Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ngeno has asked KANU party leader Gideon Moi for forgiveness for moving out from KANU to UDA. Meeting today for the first time after defection, Ngeno said long time to look for greener pastures to secure a future for his children.
Ngeno further revealed that Moi took a long yo to declare his stand on the presidency quest forcing him to go elsewhere, he however promised to pray for him and even support him come 2022 or 2027.
"We finally met after a long time, the last time we met here I asked you severally if you were going to go for the top seat. I wanted to hit the road and help you look for votes. You took a long to answer, I had to look for a place to feed my children. 'Hustler' came and convinced me, it's not my fault chairman, you're my friend but allow me to vote for him this time," Ngeno said.
Ngeno was elected through KANU ticket but defected to UDA led by William Ruto a few months ago. He is among Ruto's footsoldiers in the rift and has severally landed in trouble with the police for the same.
He's vying for the same position in 2022 through the UDA party against William Ruto's 2017 preferred candidate Keter popularly known as the 'Dollar line'.
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