March 7, 2021

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Murathe’s untamed bad mouth scare to big four agenda, Kikuyu nation has a debt for Ruto- former councilor

David Murathe, the resigned Jubilee Party vice chairman is a scare to achievement of president Uhuru Kenyatta’s stipulated big four agendas, former Juja councilor George Kahugu Chege has said.

Kahugu said that achievement of the four affordable housing, food security, universal health care and industrialization will be an uphill task if ‘bad-mouthed fellows’ such as Murathe are encouraged to continue spewing divisions.

The former councilor said that people’s attention will, from the current political unfolding be converted from economic growth to pursue their political interest something he said is detrimental for a country that is struggling to pay debts.

Speaking in Juja, Kahugu who is also the former Juja KANU chairman castigated Murathe as a penniless political broker challenging him to man up and declare his 2022 political interest instead of making inroads across the country to hoodwink Kenyans.

He said that the once-Gatanga MP was igniting divisions that, if not tamed will stain president Uhuru and the Kikuyu nation.

Insisting that central electorates owe deputy president William Ruto a hand in his 2022 presidential race, Kahugu told leaders to forget deceiving the electorates to take a certain political direction stating that unlike the previous years, Kenyans are best informed about leaders who can wholeheartedly serve them.

As Kikuyu nation, the Juja leaders said they cannot dare ignore the huge task conducted by Ruto in year 2013 and 2016 that help president Uhuru clinch power.

“Those who are saying we don’t owe Ruto anything are singing their own song. We promised him in broad day light and in fact, the media has all these files in their archives,” said Kahugu.

Saying that Murathe is not a spokesman of the spread-out region, Kahugu said that sustained 2022 politics will not only make Kikuyu’s be seen as untruthful but can also kindle tribal violence.

He urged leaders to concentrate of developments and uniting Kenyans for the betterment of the whole nation.

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