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Wednesday, 12 Jul 2017 18:48 EAT
Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has today lashed out at Jubilee government saying that it has nothing to offer to the Ukambani region since it was launching fake projects in the region. He added that together with ODM Party leader and NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga introduced the projects Jubilee are initiating saying that Jubilee should not be bragging about the projects.
"Jubilee government has nothing to offer to the people of Ukambani, all they know about is launching fake projects, the projects together with my brother Mr Odinga introduced when we were in the grand coalition government with Mr Kibaki, so they should stop bragging about them," said the Wiper Party leader.
He further pointed out that 100 days after NASA takes over the government, the cost of living will go down adding that the Jubilee government should be giving maize flour to the people of Kenya as an attempt to defuse the high cost of living Kenyans are currently experiencing.
Mr Musyoka spoke in Kangundo and Matungulu sub counties in Machakos County when campaigning to drum up support for Wiper aspirants and the NASA coalition in the area. Mr Musyoka was accompanied by Mombasa governor Hassan Joho, Wiper deputy leader Farah Maalim, Machakos gubernatorial aspirant Wavinya Ndeti her running mate Peter Mathuki, Matungulu MP Stephen Mule, Kangundo MP Katatha Maweu, Kathiani MP Robert Mbui, Machakos Senate hopeful Jackson Kala, Machakos women rep aspirant Joyce Kasimbi, Kangundo MP aspirant Fabian Muli among sitting and aspiring MCA's.
Governor Joho blasted deputy president William Ruto saying that he has no moral authority to address corruption as he is the father of corruption.
"I want to tell my friend Ruto, you have no moral authority to address corruption, we all know you are the father of corruption, you should explain the source of money you dish out in harambees," said Joho.
Ms Ndeti said that her opponents are using court battles to frustrate her and added that the people of Machakos have the right to vote for leaders they want.
"There are three men who are using court cases to frustrate me, but I am telling them that the people of Machakos have the right to vote for leaders whom they want," said Ms Ndeti.
The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press