Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro has said that more politicians are set to move from their current political outfits and find new homes by August this year.
The Tanga Tanga allied MP claimed that almost all the County Governors from the Mt. Kenya region had joined Deputy President William Ruto’s hustler movement, and they talk frequently.
He revealed that the hustler nation is also in talks with several Cabinet Secretaries, Permanent Secretaries and other high ranking government officials who have set their eyes on the 2022 general elections.
Nyoro noted that all sitting MPs and County Senators from the Mt. Kenya region expect just like five of them are for team hustler nation.
He added that they are in their current parties during the day for obvious reasons.
The MP pointed out that the so-called system succeeds in silencing leaders using state apparatus, but they have no equipment or method to diminish what is in their hearts.
“Expect more major transfers by August. Even some Governors are now getting restless,” he said.
Ndindi Nyoro claimed that the current regime under President Uhuru Kenyatta had tattered the country’s economy and intimidated leaders, adding that, however, things were about to change.
The Kiharu MP’s remarks come after Kiambu County Woman Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba ditched Jubilee and joined Deputy President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
The Kiambu County lawmaker explained that her move was necessitated by her people, who wanted her to be at the right place at the right time ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Following Gathoni’s move, a section of politicians aired their views on Jubilee with Murang’a County Senator Irungu Kang’ata reminding President Uhuru Kenyatta that he had warned him of political agents within his ruling party in his controversial Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) letter.
Thika Township MP Wambugu Ngunjiri warned Jubilee party members to fix their house and take Gathoni’s bold move as a warning.
He added that he could not rule out the possibility of the party losing more valuable members if the members do not stand up and solve their problems.
Former Jubilee nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura also said that he had warned on the impending mass exit of Jubilee members, but his warning fell on deaf ears.