Narok County MP Johanna Ng’eno mocked president Uhuru Kenyatta, Mama Ngina Kenyatta and Jomo Kenyatta in a fiery six minute video. While Mr.Ng’eno’s jabs at the head of state can be seen by a regular Kenyan citizen as out of bounds, what the MP was saying is actually what most people think of this president. He is the worst president Kenya has ever seen since independence some 55+ years ago.
The Emurua Dikirr Constituency MP in Narok County attacked the president about his mistreatment of Deputy President William Ruto and the illegal arrest of several senators who were opposed to the One Man, One Shilling, One Vote Revenue Sharing Formula. The three senators from Samburu, Kakamega and Bomet Counties were arrested three weeks ago shortly before they were to vote at the Senate regarding county revenue allocation formula.
“So Uhuru fanya kazi na DP, na kama hutaki, kwenda nyumbani! Kwani unataka tukupembeleze wewe ni nani? Kenya sio shamba ya Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya sio shamba ya Jomo Kenyatta. Kama unataka kutupiga risasi, piga sisi risasi. Kenya ni ya wakenya millioni hamsini“, retorted Mr. Johanna Ngeno.
Whereas Uhuru Kenyatta and his Mount Kenya Region cartels were attempting to deny the opposing side numbers needed to defeat the motion, the senators in the house overwhelmingly voted to postpone the motion until the arrested senators could be allowed to participate in the voting exercise.
In Johanna Ngeno’s attacks on the president, he wondered why Mr. Kenyatta wants to cling to power past his two terms maximum mandate while other former presidents graciously retired at the conclusion of their terms in office.
He asked the president to lead the country according to the Kenyan Constitution and if he is unwilling to do so, then he can pack up and leave office. He cautioned the president that he cannot fire the Deputy President since the constitution prohibits such a move.
Mr. Ngeno then redirected his attacks at the Rift Valley Commissioner George Natembeya. Mr. Ngeno said the Rift Valley Commissioner should be arrested for inciting communities to engage in inter-tribal violence. This was in relation to the recent violence skirmishes that happen in Narok County as well as Nakuru County leading to the death of at least 10 people, injuring dozens more, as well as the destruction of houses and businesses.
In response to the violence, Mr. Natembeya mocked the Kipsigis community for having two many children whom they were unable to educate. In his remarks, the Rift Valley Commissioner said that it is not uncommon to find a singe Kipsigis woman having as many as 18 children already while she is still pregnant for more.
The Ekuru Dikirr Costituency MP also went after Keriako Tobiko for comments he made about the deputy president last week. In his speech last Thursday, Mr. Tobiko harshly criticized the deputy president whom he referred to as a mere clerk to the president.