Kiambu Woman Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba


Kiambu Woman Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba was on Wednesday heckled in presence of top state officials selling out the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) after residents of Githunguri shouted her down.

The function was graced by the Interior Principal Secretary(PS) Karanja Kibicho.  She unsuccessfully tried to persuade the charged crowd that the report means well to them.

Supporters overpowered her, cut her speech prematurely and handed over the microphone to the area Member of Parliament(MP) Gabriel Kago before leaving the meeting angry.

Later, Kibicho continued to lure supporters to BBI and urged Kenyans to beware of people out to distract them on the contents of the document.

Kibicho promised the residents that President Uhuru Kenyatta will retire in 2022 once his second term end and the contents of the document are created to be his people's inheritance.

He asked locals to read the document and weigh President Uhuru’s purpose and understand that his aims are to leave them in a politically and economically stable environment.

Kibicho addressed the resident while opening Matuguta police station requested the residents to support the implementation of the BBI report saying they are set to profit contrary to views aired by those opposing it.

Kibicho reminded the people of Mt Kenya to stop chasing a rat while leaving the house burning.

“There was a man whom his house was burning, he saw a rat and because a rat is not a pet he started chasing it leaving the house burning,” he said.

He said the BBI will benefit the people of Mt Kenya who have earlier undergone difficulties over the years because of post-election violence.

“We want the people of Mt Kenya to not worry who is President or not, even after 50 years, as BBI will ensure systems will be working irrespective who is in power," the Principal Secretary said.

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