MP Kimani Ngunjiri claims Waititu threatened him after opposing Uhuru

Jubilee MP claims Waititu is out to get him over mshenzi protests

Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri weeps while addressing journalists

Bahati Member of Parliament claimed that Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu was out to get him for his different opinion on development in the Mt Kenya region.

Speaking on Thursday during an interview with Radio Jambo, Ngunjiri lashed out at Waititu and condemned his alleged remarks towards them.

Ngunjiri seemed to be irked by what he claimed was Waititu's sentiments about Jubilee leaders who are not in support of the President.

Ready for anything

"Waititu hakuna kitu tutaona, miaka yetu ya kwenda mbinguni imefika kama mna mpangilio ya kumaliza sisi we are ready, you can not threaten people," Mr Ngunjiri said.

"Hiyo matamshi ya Waititu ni mbaya zaidi kwa wana Kenya, kusema mtaona... if anything happens to me Waititu will answer and I can put it in record he said it," the Bahati MP added.

The MP alleged that there was deep corruption in Kiambu County and Waititu was part of the graft in the county.

Protests against the president

"This people are talking because they want to protect themselves but they are eating, wengine kama Waititu amenunua nyumba tatu hapa town centre, ametoa wapi hio pesa?" he asked.

On Tuesday Ngunjiri took a walk of defiance in the streets of Nakuru Town clad in white T-Shirt emblazoned 'Mimi Ni Mshenzi', accompanied by his supporters.

President Kenyatta irked Central politicians who criticised him on ignoring them after they turned up in large numbers to vote for him.

Ngunjiri on Tuesday led a demo against the Uhuru slur over Jubilee lawmakers’ agitation for more projects in Central.


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