Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has faulted reports in a section of media that indicated that the Jubilee government will leave Kenya with a huge debt terming such propaganda.
Speaking in his constituency over the weekend, the vocal legislator called on those faulting the government to look at the development agenda versus the population.
According to the vocal Nakuru MP, the current population cannot be compared to the former regimes stating that things have changed.
He called on his constituents to fully support the Jubilee Government in ensuring that the development agenda 4 are achieved.
“Let us not be lied to with bad politics that we have a debt. I think the government is committed in ensuring development and let us support that” he said.
Ngunjiri also called for need for the three arms of government to work together in order to achieve the 4 development agenda.
According to the legislator, if one of the government fails to work with the others then nation will be in a crisis.
“We need to work together as the three arms of government and if one arm separates itself then the nation will be in problem” he said.
His sentiments coming at time when there is tussle between the judiciary, the government and the opposition.
PHOTO/Hon.Ngunjiri Communication team:Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri(right)during opening of science lab at Kimani Ngunjiri secondary school in Bahati.