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Mambo yamechemka!"We told Gachagua we dont support Finance bill an MP quotes

Speaking to Inooro TV Law on Monday morning, the former Kiambu MP said their visit to DP Rigathi Gachagua was based on two things.


The first reason is to prove to the Vice President that, contrary to what Jeremiah Chione has said before, the Jubilee Party supports the government of William Ruto.



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"We felt that we cannot always be holding demonstrations claiming that our votes were rigged. If we couldn't protect our votes when we had the government, what makes us think that we can win now? We affirmed to the DP that we as Jubilee party recognize their win in the last election," noted Njomo.

According to previous legislators, they also told Gachagua that they did not support the fiscal bill because it would cause more suffering to ordinary citizens.




Representative said, "We told the Democrat that even if we recognized them as elected officials, we would still look into them. We told him that this fiscal bill was not good for Kenyans because it would make Kenyans more sick." (Watch the video from 10 minutes onwards).

Njomo said that when they promised to work with the government, they would be constantly reminded of the promises they made during the campaign.

Former Kiambu city councilor Jude Njomo appeared before the National Assembly Finance Committee on Saturday (May 27th) to express his views. Njomo urged the committee to oppose the fiscal bill because he believes the two proposals will make life difficult for Kenyans.

The first offer he wishes to reject is 16% VAT on petroleum products. He also opposes the 3% property tax, arguing that while it is a good idea, housing is not currently a priority for Kenyans.


Hours after his awakening, the former Kiambu MP joined a delegation that visited Vice President Rigathi Gachagua's residence in Keren.

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