If I insulted anyone it was Gideon Moi, my party leader to apologise - Johana Ng'eno

 

Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ng’eno photos
Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ng’eno. FILE

 

Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ng’eno now directs the mantle to the KANU boss Gideon Moi after being kicked out of the party.

 

He said for the first time after his release from the Nakuru GK remand on Thursday.


The legislator wailed about his arrest and arraignment in court, but pointed out clear of his court case saying: “what we have in court will remain in court”.


Ng’eno said his speech to the president had been taken out of connection and was only a minor reminder to the president to uphold the rule of law.


“My aim haikuwa kukanyanga sufuria ya wamama so hold your horses, this war is with the state, It is time to bring our country together he should rethink how we can bring the country together,” Ng’eno said.


“The President must perform and behave like the president in this country must be run by the head of state and the deputy," he said.



He promised to submit a motion in parliament that will require and force a president to work with his deputy even after a fallout.


On speaking about the former First Lady in the now-viral video, Ng’eno reemphasised his move to resolve ”talk about the ills affecting Kenya now and in the future”.

He also queried why a section of Kenyans chose an issue with his views, yet he had also named the Rift Valley Regional Commander George Natembeya and the Environment CS Keriako Tobiko.


At the same time, he mocked at his suspension from KANU saying since he is a KANU member, his party leader Gideon Moi ought to have apologised on his behalf.


His opinion was a response to a section of leaders that had asked DP Ruto to withdraw, accusing the DP of failing to reign in his errand bands.

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