The Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga has today hosted the Tangatanga Laikipia woman representative Cate Waruguru.
The beautiful women representative was accompanied by the ODM minority whip in the National Assembly Junet Mohamed to the mid after meeting on Tuesday, June 9.
Not much details came out of the meeting but Raila confirmed they engaged on critical issues affecting the country at the moment.
“I hosted Laikipia county MP Catherine Waruguru, who was accompanied by Minority Whip Junet Mohamed. We held a discussion on critical national issues including constitutional reforms and national unity,” he said.
On her part, Mrs. Cate Waruguru said that it is her responsibility as a leader to build bridges that will help the people of Laikipia in future.
She said issues of corruption and tribalism must be addressed and she will be happy with anyone working towards such effort.
According to her, she did not mind working with all politicians so long as her Laikipia residents would stand to benefit.
“And as long as my people in Laikipia will benefit from government projects, I don’t mind. They are the ones that matter to me,” he posted.
This was the second time in barely two weeks the leader was hosting a politician from the ruling after a similar one on Saturday, May 23.
“I held a meeting with a section of MPs from the Jubilee Party and exchanged notes on the state of affairs in the country,” he confirmed via social media.
The development came at a time the President Uhuru Kenyatta-led outfit was cleaning its house and punishing those it perceived as rebels in Tanga Tanga wing.
Waruguru and her Tanga Tanga partners in crime openly criticised and opposed Uhuru’s order directing members to stop pre-mature 2022 campaigns.
Before the government ban on physical, the MPs under the tutelage of Deputy President William Ruto crisscrossed the country under the guise of launching projects.
On June 2, the party removed Tanga Tanga MP Cecily Mbarire, the deputy majority whip alongside the majority whip Benjamin Washiali and replaced by MPs Maoka Maore and Emmanuel Wangwe respectively.