- Waruguru at the same time hit out at the Mt Kenya Foundation caucus saying it was for the rich and had nothing to offer to the poor masses.
- The MP warned that if Raila is being fronted by the ‘billionaire’ caucus in the mountain as their presidential candidate, he is bound to fail.
Waruguru said the country is eager to know where the fallout between the two national leaders came from, how it is affecting the economy and how it will be addressed.
The legislator noted that the issue should be addressed soonest so that when the country goes into the general election next year, there should be no tension.
“And I want to warn Amos Kimunya, the Majority Leader in the National Assembly, not to ‘sit’ on my statement when I present it. We want to know what transpired between the two,” Waruguru said.
She spoke during the graduation ceremony of 300 youths from Laikipia who underwent construction skills training to conform with the changing trend of technology in the industry.
National Industrial Training Authority, National Construction Authority and Eurofix Industries Limited partnered to offer the one-week training.
The training, which started on Tuesday last week and ended yesterday was being held at the Woman Rep's Nanyuki office.
Eurofix representative Wilson Iraya said the workers acquired certificates after the session so that they can compete fairly in the sector.
Waruguru equated the relation between the President and his deputy to a family where the husband and the wife have divorced but the latter keeps walking around with the certificate.
“The wife keeps walking in the markets, in churches, mosques and elsewhere complaining that the man failed to perform his duties as a partner while the husband is enjoying in some places with another partner,” Waruguru said.
She said ODM leader Raila Odinga who is supposed to be the leader of opposition is currently enjoying the trappings of power and incumbency.
Waruguru at the same time hit out at the Mt Kenya Foundation caucus saying it was for the rich and had nothing to offer to the poor masses.
“When the county was hit by coronavirus, we did not see them giving food aid to the poor despite some of them owning maize milling companies. When our people are attacked by bandits in Laikipia, we do not hear or see them,” she said.
The MP warned that if Raila is being fronted by the ‘billionaire’ caucus in the mountain as their presidential candidate, he is bound to fail. -Edited by SKanyara B y Eliud Waithaka, The Star