A section of MtKenyaa leaders now claim the President Uhuru Kenyatta critics should find a better way to channel their issues.
Barely days after Gatundu MP Moses Kuria and Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri aired their sentiments, the political temperature would tickle politicians from Mt Mount Kenya region.
Former MP’s Peter Kenneth, Martha Karua, Kilemia Mwiria among others came to President Uhurus defence Wednesday saying the disgruntled should use the law to air their displeasure.
Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu would claim that he can produce receipts of the ongoing projects under the Jubilee Administration in Kiambu County.
Their outrage comes a few days after President Uhuru Kenyatta called the leader criticising his work as “washenzi”.
The developmental agenda would be backed up by Jubilee Secretary Raphael Tuju who claimed Jubilees agenda is still on course.
Kenya has witnessed political parties disintegrate a few years before the general elections and the Jubilee party is no exception.