Starehe MP Jaguar Advises Musalia Mudavadi Why he Should Dump Raila

  • Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Njagua, popularly known as Jaguar on Saturday advised National Super Alliance (NASA) Co-Principal Musalia Mudavadi on why he should ditch the opposition and join the Jubilee Party.

    Speaking at Milo Secondary School in Webuye West, the popular musician noted that Mudavadi is being misled by the Raila Odinga's team adding that the opposition has nothing to offer the Western region.

    "I humbly ask my brother and friend Mudavadi to be wise and stop being lied to and misled in the opposition. He should join the party that has many goodies in store," he remarked.

    He called upon the Western leaders to embrace the Jubilee Party arguing that it has a lot to offer its electorates whom he noted voted in large numbers for Jubilee during the August election.

    [caption caption="Musalia Mudavadi (Twitter)"][/caption]

    "I thank you, the people of Webuye and Bungoma, for electing Wanyama and other Jubilee MPs on Jubilee tickets. I want you to support them so they deliver their promises. I see you people were very wise so Jubilee won the presidency," he stated.

    The Starehe lawmaker took a swipe at Odinga's team which he noted would collapse ahead of the 2022 general election as it is not organized.

    In that regard, he expressed his confidence that Deputy President William Ruto would clinch the presidential seat during the 2022 election.

    "He will carry the day in the morning of the voting day, we know Jubilee is a party that has the face of Kenya, we want to join hands and bring development in this region since politics is now over.

    "Some leaders are too wordy yet they lack actions. We want a hustler President who will assist sufferers," the Starehe MP remarked.

    [caption caption="Charles Njagua,Senate Speaker and Webuye West MP Dan Wanyama (Twitter)"][/caption]

    He was accompanied by Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka, Webuye West MP Dan Wanyama, Gatundu South's Moses Kuria, Kitutu Chache's Shadrack Mose, Deputy Head of Public Service Wanyama Musimabo and Nzoia Sugar Company chairman Joash Wamangoli.