Mt Kenya MPs Send Strong Warning to Uhuru

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s woes increased after the latest move by Mt Kenya MPs.

A section of the leaders from the region issued Uhuru with a warning in regards to what will happen come 2022.

The politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto hinted that the line had been towed over supporting the president.

Mt Kenya leaders during a past media briefing

Reports indicated that the leaders have vowed to go against the Head of State in all his plans and continue to support Ruto.

The group claimed that they have been victimized by President Uhuru over seeking clarity on the promise made to the DP of taking over after his term ended.

They insisted that the Jubilee party leader failed the region by being unavailable when needed.

Kiunjuri the mastermind

Further information emerged that Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri is the brains behind the anti-Uhuru group.

Under Kiunjuru, it is proclaimed there are a series of meetings scheduled to counter the planned tour by the Commander-in-Chief in the region.

Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri

Tangatanga politicians alleged that the move by Uhuru was to neutralize the faction and later have them removed from power as reported by NTV.

Hatuta kubali kupangwa katika Central Kenya. Mheshimiwa Kiunjuri wewe ndio dereva wetu. Tupange vizuri utupeleke vizuri(We will not accept to be fooled in Central Kenya. Honourable Kiunjuri you are our driver. Organise us and then lead us),” remarked a tangatanga group member.

Details shared with the media, disclosed that the legislators are set to publicly voice their demands during the burial of Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua’s mother on Tuesday.

Wahome vows not to apologise

The latest drama comes a week after Kandara MP Alice Wahome blasted Uhuru.

The once staunch supporter of the head of the ruling party asserted that the president was a threat to the country.

Wahome last Friday, asserted that the president was using ODM leader Raila Odinga as his personal ‘political mercenary’.

According to the vocal female leader, Uhuru had stifled their right to expression and association.

She additionally expressed that the country’s economy was deteriorating due to the bad leadership by the two.

The lawmaker, however, maintained that she will not apologise for the remarks made after being asked to do so by pro-Uhuru leaders.

The big question emerging from the recent saga is who will be victorious in this tussle.

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