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Jubilee’s Ndindi Nyoro snubs Uhuru, names Kibaki best Kenyan president
By Babu Tendu | Updated Nov 15, 2019 at 13:36 EAT
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Ndindi Nyoro (Photo | Courtesy)
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Nyoro, who clinched his Parliamentary seat using a Jubilee party ticket, snubbed the leadership of his party’s boss while applauding the former President.

In his birthday message to the former President, Nyoro expressed his admiration for the fruits of Kibaki’s planning.

Kiharu constituency Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro on Friday, November 15, 2019, named former President Mwai Kibaki as Kenya’s best President.

Nyoro, who clinched his Parliamentary seat using a Jubilee party ticket, snubbed the leadership of his party’s boss while applauding the former President.

In his birthday message to the former President, Nyoro expressed his admiration for the fruits of Kibaki’s planning.


“The best President of Kenya thus far. All action, no talk. The fruits of his great planning are evident to date” posted Nyoro.

The legislator mentioned that most assets that Kenyans have, were acquired during Kibaki’s reign and that he wished the third President’s reign began earlier.

“Most assets the common Mwananchi have were acquired during his reign. We are African and Africa is our Business...I wish he became President earlier” he added.

The MP was recently arrested by the police for causing chaos after he clashed with Nominated MP Maina Kamanda at a church during a fundraiser.

He claimed that his arrest was politically fueled due to his association with Deputy President William Ruto.


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