Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua is accusing political leaders from the Mt. Kenya region of allegedly failing to push for fair distribution of resources.
Karua who spoke while attending a Sunday service at the Witeithie African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) said most of the politicians from the region appear to have abandoned the fight for equal share of national resources.
“The leaders instead adopted the one-man, one-plate, one-soda mantra in pushing for their own selfish interests at the expense of the general public good,” said Karua.
The Narc Kenya Party leader also took issue with the government’s plan to peg higher education loans on individual student’s financial capabilities, terming it as a plot to discriminate some learners.
Karua was accompanied by among others fellow Azimio leader and former Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni and ex-Mungiki sect leader Maina Njenga.
Kioni said the Azimio coalition leadership will keep fighting for better services from the government.