Defiant MP Ng'eno Resurfaces With Scathing Message to Uhuru [VIDEO]

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    Emurua Dikir MP Johana Ng'eno (Left) and President Uhuru Kenyatta (right).
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  • After hitting the headlines following his arrest and arraignment in court, Emurua Dikirr MP Johana Ng’eno on Sunday, September 13, resurfaced with yet another scathing attack on President Uhuru Kenyatta.

    The MP claimed that Uhuru is turning the country into a police state and reminded the president that his tenure is coming to end in 2022.

    "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.

    Emurua Dikirr MP Johanna Ng'eno is handcuffed after his arrest on February 24.
    Emurua Dikirr MP Johanna Ng'eno is handcuffed after his arrest on February 24.
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    "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.

    The MP encouraged the people of Emurua Dikir to persevere adding that the suffering will soon come to an end when Uhuru leaves office.

    Ng’eno also dug into history, noting that dictators' tenure have never had a happy ending with most of them eventually finding themselves 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," added the Emurua Dikirr MP.

    Ng’eno hit out at Uhuru on Sunday, September 6 for adopting a frosty relationship with his Deputy William Ruto before dragging Mama Ngina Kenyatta in his rant.

    His outburst sparked outrage with Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi coming out to condemn Ng'eno's arrest over his remarks.

    The legislator was freed on a bond of Ksh.2M, a surety of the same amount or an alternative cash bail of Ksh.1million on Thursday, September 10.

    Uhuru on Thursday responded to the two legislators, and urged them to go insult their own mothers.

    President Uhuru Kenyatta (Centre) and his mother, Mama Ngina.
    President Uhuru Kenyatta (Centre) and his mother, Mama Ngina.
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