Deputy President William Ruto’s ally and Kiharu Member of Parliament (MP) Ndindi Nyoro now wants the corrupt to be hung.
By Oyamo Beuttah
The embattled MP was speaking on Citizen TV on Tuesday night, just a few hours after he was released from police cells.
“I would rather be led in a country that is rich than be a leader in a country that is poor… If I got a person in Kenya who will crush corruption even if it includes hanging people at Uhuru Park I would be a very happy Kenyan,” said Nyoro.
Nyoro was responding to news anchor Hussein Mohammed’s revisit of his (Nyoro’s) social media posts in 2017 which he urged President Kenyatta to rule with a ‘fist’
In a defiant and unapologetic move, Nyoro remained firm on his approval for benevolent dictatorship, citing various dictators among them legendary Singapore revolutionary Yee Kuan Yew.
Nyoro also asserted that he is a sycophant of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto though he is opposed to the ‘other party’ of the handshake.
“I have been a sycophant of Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto because I do not like being warm; I’m either cold or I’m hot,” said Nyoro
Nyoro has recently been in political limelight after his fracas with nominated Mp Maina Kamanda in Gitui church over the weekend got netizens talking.
Nyoro, famously known as ‘NN’ in his constituency has been rallying for Ruto’s 2022 bid to inherit the seat at Harambee House.