Jubilee MPs bribed to send Waiguru packing, claims Starehe MP
18 November 2015, 09:35
Nairobi - A section of Jubilee MPs have been bribed by the Opposition to send CS Ann
Waiguru packing, Starehe MP Maina Kamanda has claimed.
Speaking in Nyahururu town Tuesday, Kamanda said that the MPs were working
in cohorts with the opposition to impeach the Devolution CS.
The MP hailed Waiguru for cleaning up major slums in Nairobi and other
parts of the country saying this was the genesis of her malicious attacks by
the opposition over corruption allegations.
“The CS efforts to clean Kibera slums in Nairobi and slums in Kisumu and
engaging the youth in meaningful activities has irked local leaders who fear losing
political support,” said kamanda.
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He appealed to the leaders to instead support the government in dealing with
the challenges facing the country adding that it was unfortunate that despite
some cabinet secretaries stepping aside to be investigated over graft allegations,
they were yet to be cleared and reinstated, whereas some leaders are calling
for the sacking of another CS.
The MP told the opposition to offer solutions in times of crisis instead of
castigating the government.
He called on Jubilee leaders to support the Government in tackling the
challenges it is going through saying that supporting the opposition was not
The Legislator said it was the responsibility of everyone to support the
government instead of sitting back and watching when things are
Speaking at the same time, Laikipia Governor Joshua Irungu echoed Kamanda’s
sentiments and asked Kenyans and leaders to show their confidence with the
The Governor called on leaders to demonstrate loyalty to the Jubilee
government adding that no foreigner will come for the rescue of the government.
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