“I am utterly shocked. Why would I be barred from a function being graced by my President at my home county?” asked Ms Kihika.
A section of Tangatanga politicians were stopped from accessing a presidential function in Nakuru on Tuesday Jan 14th.
The Nation reported that they were denied access to an event that President Uhuru Kenyatta was presiding over in their hometown.
All who are allied to Deputy President William Ruto, arrived at the Rift Valley Regional Headquarters Grounds, where the President was set to issue over 2,000 title deeds to residents, but were blocked at the entrance
Sources mentioned Nakuru Town East MP David Gikaria and Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika among a few others who were caught up in a scuffle with state house security acting on ‘orders ”from above”.The leaders had a heated exchange with the officers.
Speaking to the Nation, Ms Kihika expressed shock and disappointment at the turn of events at her own home.
“I am utterly shocked. Why would I be barred from a function being graced by my President at my home county?” posed Kihika.
Kenyatta who reacted to the report in his conclusion remarks said he will not take noises from politicians but expects work this 2020.
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