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MP threatens to bite someone’s finger

10 March 2015, 16:15 Wilshere

Bahati - Bahati legislator, Kimani Ngunjiri has said he is ready to bite the finger of those who tarnish the name of President Uhuru Kenyatta or his deputy.

“I will bite off someone’s finger in Parliament if they mess around with the President and his deputy because they are great people,” he said.

Speaking on Monday at Jomo Kenyatta secondary school during the launching of free internet, Ngunjiri called on Cord leaders to give the Jubilee government time to work.

He said that the time for constant politicking was over and that the opposition should wait until 2017 to compete for the top office.

While commenting on the installation of free internet at the school, Ngunjiri said that parents will no longer spend more money since internet will provide e-learning for their children.

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“Learning will become easier for these children because their entire syllabus will be uploaded on the internet which will save parents the burden of buying text books,” he said.

Information Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang’i who was the chief guest at the event, said the Jubilee government remains committed to empowering the society through information.

He said the new pilot project, called outernet, is the first in the world noting that the school will be able to access internet via satellite dishes at a lower cost.

“This is one of the great inventions where the internet will be beamed using satellites in the space without using broadband,” he said.

Matiang’i said that the project is funded by the World Bank and the Kenyan government.  

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