Speaker of the National Assembly, Justin Muturi, has chastised the Mt Kenya Foundation for holding hotel meetings with presidential candidates on the community's behalf.
The leader blasted the foundation as partisan persons seeking to pursue their own interests at the expense of the community while speaking at Athiru Gaiti Primary School during the annual SDA prayer day.
Mr Muturi believes that instead of holding meetings in hotels in Nairobi, the leaders should involve the entire community in the vetting process.
"Please get to the people's level and talk to them about their difficulties. "You can't pretend to speak for the people while eating sausages, bacon, and bread at a hotel," he remarked.
"Have you ever seen Titus Ibui or Peter Munga here?" Why should they sit in a hotel room and then determine our decisions? Meru is trailing behind in terms of roads, which he believes should be addressed.
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