A host of Nakuru County leaders on Saturday afternoon converged at the home of Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri.
The Bahati legislator who has been unwell for over a week had held a thanksgiving party at his home why he had invited the Nakuru County leaders. Also invited were some residents from Bahati.
Apart from the current leaders, former leaders were also present. The former Governor’s Deputy Hon. Joseph Kibore Rutto, former nominated MCAs Irene Njeri Paul and Catherine Waweru were present.
The former County Attorney Hari Gakinya and lawyer cum businessman Karanja Kabage who vied for Njoro MP was also present.
The ceremony was attended by among others Governor Lee Kinyanjui, Senator Susan Kihika, Nakuru Town MP David Gikaria and a host of others who came and left as the ceremony progressed. Also in attendance was the Nakuru County assembly speaker Maina Kairu.
The outspoken second time legislator seemed upbeat as he interacted with his guests.
Writing about her visit later, Senator Kihika said she had taken the opportunity to discuss development issues with the MP.
“I’ve this afternoon paid a courtesy call on Bahati MP Hon. Kimani Ngunjiri at his home in Bahati. We discussed development issues affecting the people of Bahati and Nakuru in general,” wrote the Senator on her Facebook page.
Addressing his guests, Kimani Ngunjiri gave a stern warning to land grabbers in Nakuru saying he won’t let any public land be grabbed by anyone regardless of their position.
“Am sending a very strong warning to land grabbers. I sit on the lands committee at the parliament and I won’t hesitate to take stern action against anyone even daring to grab public land. I know those grabbers and very soon I will be naming and shaming them,” warned the MP.