Former Bahati member of parliament Kimani Ngunjiri has taken a swing at Nakuru senator Susan Kihika over county’s leadership.
Ngunjiri now claims that Kihika has nominated family members and close allies to Nakuru County Assembly.
He pointed out that, it was unfair for the governor to nominate her sister, nephew and friends leaving other people who fought hard for the UDA party.
“Governor Kihika na bwana yake, tafadhali kila mtu alipigania UDA. When you put your 22 year-old-nephew and sister in Bahati, mnaweka dereva wenu, Mwalimu ya bwana yako… mnafanya kazi ya kuuza Chama next time itakua ngumu. This is not fair,” he said.
Ngunjiri did not stop there, speaking in Mombasa, stated that nomination should be about Kenyans and not a family affair.
“I think that is not fair. How will I sell that party next time? It will be difficult. People will say that UDA belongs to one family,” he reiterated.
He further urged other leaders to be fair with nominations, pointing out that their electorates trusted them to be fair. More