November 23rd 2017

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New Kangundo MP denies links with Jubilee Party but disowns NASA

"I want to tell you my people of Kangundo to ignore propaganda going around saying that I have joined Jubilee, I am not interested in the politics of NASA and Jubilee I am focused on how to develop Kangundo,­" said Mr Muli.

By Oscar NdundaMonday, 18 Sep 2017 11:40 EAT

Kangundo West Ward MCA Titus Kaloki (left) and Kangundo MP Fabian Muli.

Kangundo MP Fabian Muli has denied rumours spreading in the region that he had joined President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party. But Mr Muli, who was elected only last month, explained that his development agenda for the constituency will be devoid of politics, and that he will support neither NASA (of which his Muungano Party is a junior member) or Jubilee.

The MP spoke yesterday when he attended a church service at Kakuyuni Deliverance Church. He urged Christians to pray for the nation to have a peaceful presidential repeat elections come October 17. He said he was focusing on development issues that will propel Kangundo to the next level "but not politics of NASA and Jubilee".

"I want to tell you my people of Kangundo to ignore propaganda going around saying that I have joined Jubilee, I am not interested in the politics of NASA and Jubilee I am focused on how to develop Kangundo,­" said Mr Muli.

The MP who was elected on a Muungano Pa­rty ticket an affiliate of NASA coalition, said that politics will not bring development in Kangundo adding that he will work with all other elected leaders.

"I will work with all other elected leaders so as to bring change in Kangundo and politics will not bring development," he added.

Mr Muli further called on all Kangundo MCA­s to work with him so that they can change the face of the constituency saying that if they work together as a team it will be easy to bring change and development.

He was accompanied by Kangundo West Ward MCA Titus Kaloki.

The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press





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