“Maina Njenga and his Mungiki militia have no place in the legislature. They have no place in politics and I want to see how the security agencies will deal with him after how he conducted himself today,” Duale said.
Speaking in an interview with a local TV station, Former National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale claimed that he is not a supporter of the Deputy President but rather partners through the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party and its agenda. “We have a political party called UDA, an agenda of […]
According to the former National Assembly Majority Leader, the Head of State has a very good legacy which he will not want to be destroyed by his handshake partner, Raila Odinga.
He further noted that UDA also conducts corporate collection, with the money coming from top business people in the country in fundraising as a contribution towards the campaign.
“You are telling us the eight million Jubilee supporters in your own reading are full of con men, crooks and thieves. That is an insult to the Jubilee family and your supporters,” Duale said.
MP salary and allowances has increased recently by the government of Kenya due to the increased tasks allocated to them. MP basic salary in Kenya is Ksh 400,000 without any allowances being included.
No Meru man can take care of a woman like the Luo. In Meru, the men concentrate on buying land, but the Luo man puts more importance on making his wife happy. Wajaluo wapigiwe makofi!”
Duale said no one has power to postpone the election next year saying timelines are well captured in the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
“I want to tell Kenyans. The people who are failing them are MPs. Don’t blame the President. Don’t blame Treasury. Blame MPs, including me,” Duale said on Thursday afternoon while at Parliament grounds.