Bahati Member of Parliament Kimani Ngujiri has answered President Uhuru Kenyatta on claims that he abuses him, telling him that he should concentrate on things that affect Kenyan.
In an interview with Citizen TV in Nakuru on Wednesday, the legislature said that he has never abused Uhuru as the only thing he knows is that he has differed with him on matters of maize, milk and other things.
The lawmaker also said Uhuru and him were both elected via the ballot.
The MP, a close ally of DP Ruto, also questioned Uhuru why he didn’t speak of the promises he made when seeking votes in 2013, of building roads and expanding the four dams.
“…I was shocked by the words that he was using because he was saying that I always abuse him but did not say the words that I use when abusing him. But for me I know what I do is just, I differ maybe with the opinion when we talk about the maize, milk and other things. I’m just a leader like him. We had six ballot papers when we were being voted. We were not voted for him to lead and us not to talk. We have to talk about the problem of our people. And I thought that he was coming to say the road that he promised when asking for votes, but he has not talked about it. I thought he would also talk about 2013, four dams he promised to expand those dams but did not talk about it…” Ngujiri said.
Uhuru on Tuesday stopped by Bahati constituency to address residents, where he asked them to caution MP Ngujiri from attacking him through the TV and Radio.