The Nyeri town MP has sent mixed messages to his Kieleweke team yet again. Ngunjiri now claims to have been listening to the ground and that it has truly changed, in what was seen as a way out of Uhuru Kenyatta's team and into Tangatanga.
"Even though my team and I have been listening to our ground every week since 2015, the most important lesson I've learned is that... WAH!!!... the earth has changed! a complete transformation of the landscape!, "He was trying to make a point.
Wambugu has been sending signals that he may cross over in what has been interpreted as a total takeover of William Ruto in the central area over the last week. He went on to say that his Tangatanga campmates had greeted him, which could imply that he was leaving Jubilee. He claims he is debating whether he will be safe with William Ruto or Raila Odinga.
"I must confess that I really appreciate your concern and best wishes... especially the warm greeting extended by my good friend," Wambugu continued.
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