May 23, 2024

Reports over senior government officials from Mt Kenya planning to sabotage Ruto

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Reports over senior government officials from Mt Kenya planning to sabotage Ruto

Mwangi Kiunjuri claims senior government officials from Mt Kenya planning to sabotage President William Ruto

Mwangi Kiunjuri claims senior government officials from Mt Kenya planning to sabotage President William Ruto.

Laikipia East Member of Parliament Mwangi Kiunjuri has called out senior government officials who operate as hypocrites pretending to support President Ruto. 

Mr. Kiunjuri said the leaders act friendly with the president during the day but go behind his back during the night. 

“Some elected leaders in the government occupy high seats, and we know them by name and action. Those leaders are always planning to sabotage Ruto at night, but they walk with him during the day,” he said.

He further stated that those leaders try to unite leaders from Mount Kenya at night explaining to them how people from central are being denied their rights. 

His statement came after Deputy Rigathi Gachagua stated that people from Mt. Kenya deserve more development funds than people from other regions. 

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Ngunjiri asserted that Gachagua should instead call for the unity of the people of Kenya. 

During a church service in Embu County on Sunday, May 12, Gachagua said he was a proponent of the equal sharing of resources, calling for the one man, one shilling. 

According to Gachagua, having a larger population means they pay more taxes and, hence, need to receive more resources. 

He explained that having a constituency with 14,000 people get the same resources as one with 800,000 people was unfair. 

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