Tanga Tanga MPs in new confrontation with Uhuru’s team over unmet promises

The Uhuru Kenyatta led Jubilee Party administration has come under fire after a section of the Deputy President William Ruto’s allied leaders attacked the government over unfulfilled promises.

The Tanga Tanga leaders are bitter with the administration over its insensitivity on electorates over leading to unplanned debts.

This is after the government failed to procure locally manufactured hospital beds from the youth after President Kenyatta promised them business months ago while on a tour of the great Kiambu County.

All hit the dead end for the youth after it emerged that one of the youths was a hard-core criminal with at least three counts of criminal charges on his head.

Confirming the incident President’s Delivery Unit Secretary Andrew Wakahiu divulged that they failed to process the payment after intelligence revealed that, Mungai Gathogo, 26 was a fraudster.

Taking the bull by the horns, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro faulted the government for their failed promises to the youth and urged his hustler team to help bail out the indebted youths.

“Presidential Delivery Unit must stop LYING to our hardworking Youth and live up to their word. If they will not pay the Youth who made beds for them, I request all Hustlers of goodwill to help in bailing out these entrepreneurs to shame this government that keeps on taking the people who elected “it” for granted.” Ndindi Wrote on Facebook.

He castigated the Uhuru administration for misusing the youth for PR stunts while people steal from the public coffers.

“They promised to buy the beds in broad daylight and with much bravado – they must pay UP!. They must stop misusing Kiambu Youth for PR. Or they are refusing to pay them because they are not part of families licensed to steal from KEMSA? Pay up!! A very arrogant government we have.” He added.

This comes as the area MCA Gathoni Wamuchomba also reached out pleading with the government to forgive Gathogo for his deeds and buy the beds as had earlier been the plan.

“If you expect to find young men from Kiambu who have no history of visiting the police station, you’ll work very hard because our men, most of the time, will find themselves in police stations because of many problems and we don’t put them in the trenches. We try and rehabilitate them,’ Wamuchomba said.

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    Written by Fred Orido




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