Do not 'circumcise' me again,Governor pleads with residents
13 April 2016, 13:18
Nakuru - Nakuru governor Kinuthia Mbugua has pleaded with Nakuru residents not to 'politically circumcise' him again in front of president Kenyatta during this Saturday's thanksgiving rally at the Afraha stadium.
Mbugua asked residents to spare him any more embarrassment on that big day. The governor said that he has learned from his mistakes since he was heckeled by residents in front of the President.
"You have circumcised me twice before the president and yes I have learned from that and I just want to plead with you people not to do that again on Saturday because we will have many dignitaries attending the thanks giving rally,"said Mbugua.
He called on Nakuru residents to behave on that day and allow all speakers to address them and avoid heckling down leaders.
"We must behave on Saturday and try not to heckle any leader even if you don't like them,"he said.
Mbugua was in the recent past heckled by residents in front of president kenyatta something he termed as political circumcision.
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