May 22, 2024

Why I fell out with Ruto; Gathoni Wamuchomba

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Why I fellout with Ruto; Gathoni Wamuchomba

Githunguri MP Gathoni Wamuchomba reveals that she fellout with Ruto administration as a result of victimisation in UDA party

Githunguri MP Gathoni Wamuchomba reveals that she fellout with Ruto administration as a result of victimisation in UDA party.

Speaking on Wednesday, March 27, Gathoni Wamuchomba revealed that she has received major victimisation because of her political stand leading to her fallout with the ruling party led by President William Ruto. 

According to the MP, she is the most victimised leader in Kenya, with the ruling party UDA executives fighting her over her political stand. 

“Victimised to the extent of people coming to my constituency to fight me politically, in physical presence. People from Githunguri know what I’m talking about,” she stated. 

Wamuchomba made her remarks a day after unveiling a new ‘opposition’ team, adding that laxity and silence in the current opposition team were failing Kenyans. 

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“The opposition in Kenya seems to have been muzzled and the voices of reason are fading away. The voices of reason from civil society are fading away. The media seems to be intimidated,” she stated.

The legislator further faulted the media for failing to keep the government in check.

“I have been in the media, he has been in the media for many years and we can confidently tell you that the vigour and the muscle the media had to check over government is no longer there,” she explained.

On Tuesday, Wamuchomba and Embakasi East Mp Babu Owino revealed a new opposition team to fight for Kenyans’ rights. 

The team members include Saboti Constituency MP Caleb Amisi, Charles Nguna, Starehe constituency Amos Mwago, Busia Women representative Catherine Omanyo and MP for Embakasi West Mark Mwenje. 

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