BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA
Kenyans online have reacted to MP Njuguna Wanjiku’s clip struggling to express himself in Bunge.
The clip which surfaced on social media platforms has the Mr. Wanjiku commenting on Kiambaa people voting him into office but many did not fathom his exact point.
He is heard saying: “…they gave me an opportunity to market myself to the Kiambaa people, to sell my idea. Some of them be ensuring that we will ensure that we give bursary to the people of Kiambaa in a transparency manner that has never happened before. ”
He went on: ” Ensuring that we gonna increased, you know, increase, and ensure that we… we ensure that we… we ensure that we model…,” the MP said with a heavy Kikutu accent.
Commenting on the clip, City lawyer Donald Kipkorir said: “Dear good citizens of the Kiambaa constituency, it seems in sending the first UDA MP Njuguna Wanjiku to Parliament, you embraced bottom-up in education. The law makes it mandatory that an MP be a university graduate from a recognized university. I doubt he is a university graduate.”
Mr. Wanjiku is a United Democratic Alliance (UDA) MP who was sworn into office in August 2021.