Uhuru nearly insulted us with the word ku** - Jubilee MP
Incident happened the day before Maraga nullified presidential election
Speaking at the Kenyatta-owned Kameme TV, Ngunjiri recalled an incident when President Kenyatta hosted Jubilee MPs at State House after the August 8 General Election.
The meeting was meant to whip Jubilee supporting the President's choice for House leadership posts including Speakers, Majority leaders, and whips.
He said that the head of state was “extremely rude” and nearly used the Swahili word for vagina to insult them.
“It was a tense meeting as we fought to have our grievances heard. But he was very rude and even chased us out of State House. He nearly called us the word ku** as his father used to insult people, he reached half way and stopped,” the legislator recalled.
Ngunjiri said that the incident took place on Thursday 31 of August 2017, just a day before the Supreme Court led by Chief Justice David Maraga nullified the Presidential election on September 1.
Mzee Jomo Kenyatta
Uhuru’s father, Kenya’s founding President Jomo Kenyatta, was known to use vulgar insults when in a foul mood.
Perhaps the most public and most memorable incident was in 1969 during the opening of the New Nyanza General Hospital.
Jomo had a public fall out with Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, likening the former Vice President’s KPU supporters to their mothers’ private parts.
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