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Emurua Dikirr MP attacks President Uhuru again after being released on bail

Emurua Dikirr Member of Parliament Johanna Ng’eno has come back with another attack on President Uhuru Kenyatta days after being arrested and charged with hate speech for attacking the Head of State and his mother, former First Lady Mama Ngina.

The legislator stated that a lot of Kenyans have been injured by police officers and that President Uhuru Kenyatta is leading the country to a police state something that he was not ready to accept.

He went on to say that the President should know that he only has two more years left as the President of Kenya and Kenyans’ suffering will be over when he hands over the powers.

“There are so many people today who are injured by reckless police officers, and I think the President is leading this country to a police state, and we will not allow it. We want the President to know we will suffer, but in the next two years this thing is going to be over, and the president should know that this thing is going to be over,” he stated.

Nge’no compared President Uhuru Kenyatta’s leadership to that of a dictator saying that dictator torture, kill, and shoot people but they eventually end up in the streets.

“We have had all those kinds of dictators in this world, we have read about dictators and we have even seen dictators.”

“We have seen others torturing, killing, and shooting people, eventually they ended up in the streets,” the MP added.

Ng’eno and Kapreset Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi hit the headlines after they attacked Uhuru Kenyatta while dragging Mama Ngina’s name into their fight with the President.

The attack on the former First Lady drew mixed reactions from Kenyans with some praising them for saying what most fear while others castigated them for insulting Mama Ngina.

Uhuru while addressing Ruaka residents defended Mama Ngina from the insults from the two MPs telling them to leave him alone and go insult their mothers.

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