Governor happy to have been “politically circumcised” in front of the President
11 April 2016, 14:33
Nakuru - Nakuru County Governor, Kinuthia Mbugua has said that he was politically “circumcised” when he was heckled by Nakuru residents.
Mbugua said that he took no offense in the heckling that happened in front of the President last month.
Speaking on Saturday during a leaders' meeting in preparation for President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto's thanksgiving at Afraha, Mbugua said no one is “circumcised” twice.
“I am happy to have been politically circumcised when the Nakuru residents heckled me in front of the President,” he said.
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The Governor at the same time called upon Nakuru residents to turn in huge numbers during the thanksgiving ceremony on Saturday.
Mbugua said that the County residents should portray a good picture during the upcoming rally.
Nakuru East MP, David Gikaria said that no aspirant will be allowed to enter the Afraha stadium with a banner.
He said that the only banner which will be allowed is that of Uhuru and Ruto.
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