Maina Njenga to vie for Presidency
02 July 2012, 11:50
Former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga has said he will be in the race for the top seat in the country come the next general Elections set for 2013 saying his newly form party Mkenya Solidarity will fill all the candidates from the grass root level to National level.
Speaking over the weekend during a political rally at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru , Maina said it was the high time for youths of this country takes up leadership positions noting that over the years the political arena has always be dominated by the old generation that does a lot of talking but delivers nothing and only return after five years period.
“I will also be in the ballot paper come the next General elections because I have the capacity of what it takes to be one and also because of the old guards who are the political big wits had overstayed their time in power” said Maina Njenga.
Maina also faulted with the Chairman of the National Cohesion and integration Commission Mr. Muzalendo Kibunjia by saying his resent move to probe the three musicians’ john Demathwe, Muigai Wa Njoroge and Kamande Wa Kio over their alleged hatred music, is nothing but politics.
And that Muzalaendo is targeting a particular community in his work adding that the singers were expressing their own ways of singing and that there was nothing wrong with the music.
“There is nothing wrong with singing and anyone can sing as long as you are not abusing anyone” said the self proclaimed leader of the youths.
The former legislator for Laikipia and who is also the National Chairman of the party of Mkenya Solidarity, GG Kariuki said that Kenyans should elect leaders who will deliver the work that they will be entrusted to them by Kenyans.
Saying only the Kenyans voters wielded the power to change this country future
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