Controversial MP explains how Uhuru lied to Kenyans on New Year Day

The first time Uhuru made his public address was on the New Year's eve.

Mwingi Central MP Gideon Mulyungi said that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s New Year’s message“was hollow and full of lies.”

Mr Mulyungi revealed that alleged number of jobs created by the Jubilee administration, water supplied, kilometres of road tarmacked and the number of households supplied with electricity was Uhuru’s “greatest lies” because “none of it is evident at his constituency.”

President Kenyatta in his address to the public at Nairobi’s State House listed his government’s achievements during his first term.

“For the last five years the Jubilee government has been in power, my constituency has not gotten a single kilometre of tarmac or any mega project.

“I am inviting the President to tour my constituency and show residents the massive development he claims to have actualised across the nation,” Mulyungi said.

He called Uhuru a dictator and said many Kenyans have died on his watch.

The MP added: “The only achievement Uhuru has made is seeing Kenyans lose billions in corruption as well as undergoing immense suffering due to endless labour strikes.”

Mulyungi said the ongoing political wrangles will scare away investors and hurt the economy. He called upon Uhuru to show leadership.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto leveraged on the ‘development track record’ in the 2017 campaigns, key of them being the tarmacking of key roads, the Standard Gauge Railway.

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