Kenyans feel let down, Jubilee MP tells Uhuru
14 August 2016, 09:32
Nairobi - Kenyans feel let down by the Jubilee Coalition, an MP allied to the ruling wing has said.
Narok North MP Moitalel Ole Kenta says that the Jubilee government has let down Kenyans and that they deserve better from the government.
He insisted that the Maasai community has been shortchanged by the Jubilee government despite supporting it wholesomely in the 2013 elections.
He believes that the community must chart a new political path come the 2017 elections and that those seeking to win votes from the community must show that they are serious about improving the lives of members of the community.
" We as a community must chart our own path. We have been yet again shortchanged by the government of the day," he told News24.
He stopped short of saying that he would not support the Jubilee Coalition come the 2017 elections and instead put the spotlight on visits by President Uhuru kenyatta to the region in recent times.
" I think that it is late for the government to come and offer Maa people goodies. Where have they been for four years?," he posed.
Ole Kenta was absent from recent visits to the region by the President last week, perhaps an indicator that he is not happy with the Coalition.
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