Let's stop joyriding and form our own party, Muturi tells Mt Kenya leaders
By Muriithi Mugo
| September 20th 2021
National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has faulted Mt Kenya leaders for failing to come up a political party to unite the region to boost their bargaining power.
The Speaker advised leaders from the region to stop marketing ideologies that belong to other people and build one of their own.
“We should have a stand and stop getting lifts from parties that belong to other people; we must build our own vehicle,” he said.
The speaker also challenged politicians to embrace nationalism.
He was reacting to the incident where businessman Jimi Wanjigi’s convoy was pelted with stones by some residents of Migori County.
“Let us be mature and allow people to market their ideologies and let the voters decide,” Muturi said.
The Speaker also noted that some leaders who have been in government for a long time have nothing new to offer the people.
Muturi was speaking at St Michael Kiangungi Catholic Church, yesterday during a funds drive.
Mourinho suffers first defeat as Roma boss at VeronaJose Mourinho suffered his first defeat since returning to coach in Italy as his AS Roma side were beaten 3-2 by Hellas Verona in a thrilling Serie A
Kikuyu elders to support Raila’s quest for top seatKikuyu elders met on Saturday in a colourful event where they agreed to support ODM leader’s presidential bid.
Use of police officers to enforce child custody orders declared illegal
By Daniel Chege
- PNU vows to back Raila, form coalition with ODM
By Samson Wire
- Eyes on Navy as Kenya takes tough stance on Somalia
- Grand reception for Raila as he storms Ruto’s Eldoret backyard
- Raila feted for championing unity, development
- Family pays tribute to businessman found dead in park