Muturi hits out at critics, says he will not be intimidated

National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has dismissed claims that he is a State project after recently announced his Presidential bid.

Muturi says he is not a new comer in politics having been a Member of Parliament before and doesn’t need assistance from others.

Speaking in Murang’a during a meeting with with church leaders from Covenant Clergy Alliance, Muturi said he shall pursue his political mission to the end.
“I have been politics long enough and I know where to go and what to do in politics” he said.

He said he shall be carrying out his mandate as a speaker of the national assembly assuring that his Presidential bid will not affect his work.

Muturi lauded President Uhuru Kenyatta development record saying he has laid a strong foundation for the Country whose benefits will be realized in the near future.

“Every single part of the Country has benefitted from development projects, He has improved the road network, the health sector and launched projects that have provided employment opportunities for the youth,” he said.

Muturi said those accusing the President of neglecting his community are selfish and only saying so to please their pay masters.

He said most of the elected are insincere in their work and are focusing their energies fighting each other instead of working for the people.

“Once elected the leaders only seek to serve their interests and engage in unnecessary sideshows,” he said.



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