We are Tired of You; Ukambani leaders Tell Off CORD’s Brigade as massive exit strategy gets a node

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We are Tired of You; Ukambani leaders Tell Off CORD’s Brigade as massive exit strategy gets a node.

The number of politicians drawn from Ukambani region expressing discomfiture in CORD’s style of leadership is growing by days.

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Apart from the Machakos governor Afred Mutua who has been vocal pointing out his disappointment against the opposition’s futile in roads in Ukambani region, other members of parliament have been silent in the cold, but now they are finding it hard to remain silent any longer.

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They have been in fear to hire out their issues and frustrations in bold against the regions political elder the former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka. Led by Joe Mutambo, the members of parliament are expressing their disappointment over the CORD coalision that they think is holding the Ukambani following at ransom.

Mutambo was featured in a local media house expressing his disappointment.

The legislator is not all alone, other disgruntled legislators from the region are joining the wagon on a daily basis some going against the Kalonzo led faction that is highly believed to be enjoying a massive following by telling them off in public.

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Already a couple of parliamentarians have expressed discontent and spelled out that Kalonzo Musyoka is not the regions kingpin which is viewed as a risky step.

They include Victor Munyaka who is the incumbent Machakos Town legislator, Masinga constituency counterpart Itwiku Mbai, the vocal MP for Mwala Vincent Musyoka, John Munuve from Mwingi North alongside Richard Makenga of Kaiti, Regina Ndambuki of Kilome and Rachael Nyamai of Kitui South.

The legislators are supporting the Machakos governor in his quest to try and push the agenda that is dubbed liberation of the Ukambani constituent from the yoke of poverty via the maendeleo CHAP CHAP movement.

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