Ngilu rebuts ‘spy’ claims
| Dec 16th 2012 | 2 min read
By Victor Nzuma
KENYA: Narc party leader Mrs Charity Kaluki Ngilu on Sunday refutted assertions that she was being used by the CORD to spy the Jubilee alliance.
''These are just rumour mongering by envious cowards who are un-happy with my re-union with the Jubilee alliance and I dont have reason to react to rumours'' said the water minister.
Presiding over blessings and prayers ceremony for the Machakos county senatorship aspirant Mr Bonfiface Kabaka by Kamba clans elders and catholic priests, at Kabaa rural home, Mrs Ngilu, insisted that she was not a political weakling and cautioned those spending most of their time to negatively discuss her to mind their own business and leave her alone.
She said she was confident the Jubilee alliance had the highest chance of winning the elections citing the high number of the registered voters in the party's dominated regions.
The Kitui central MP told the kamba community to be wary in the current political situation in the country and re-align wisely not to miss the next government.
She termed some leaders from Ukambani whose term in the current government is ending as opportunists since they had not benefitted the community.
''If you continue relying on such leaders who just mind for their own interests and that of their family the region will continue lagging behind in development'' added the minister.
She said already the Jubilee team had accepted her to be part of the Tuesday Kasarani Presidential nomination race.
She said her development record in the entire Ukambani spoke by itself especially when she was in the Health docket as well as the current Water ministry.
''I am proud of my development initiative which no body can dispute and which gives me morale to seek alliance that can form the next government '' she said amid cheers from the crowd.
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