Waiguru distances Jubilee party from Kimunya’s by-election allegations

Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has castigated National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya. This follows his comments, insinuating that the government will not disburse funds.

Kimunya says an ultimatum has been set for Kiambaa constituency – the government will not allocate development funds to Kiambaa constituency should the electorate not elect its candidate.

In response, Waiguru stated that Kenyans are responsible for making choices without intimidation. She added that it is the government’s duty to serve all Kenyans.

In addition to that, Waiguru noted that Kimunya’s comments were personal and didn’t represent the position of the Jubilee party.

Waiguru spoke when she hosted her Machakos counterpart Alfred Mutua, who called on her at her official residence in Kagio.

“We wish to boost trade by way of collaborating between the two counties in areas of farming and livestock rearing. Kirinyaga is rich in coffee while Machakos produces a high quantity of cereals like green grams and groundnuts and also livestock,” Mutua said.

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