Kiunjuri Fires Back After Being Sacked

Kiunjuri Fires Back After Being Sacked


Former CS Mwangi Kiunujri finally broke his silence after being thrown out of the government.

Kiunjuri’s day seemed to have taken the turn for the worst after President Uhuru Kenyatta pulled the plug on him.

The tough-talking politician was replaced by immediate former Trade CS Peter Munya.

Former Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri

During a press conference at Serena Hotel, the leader stated that the decision to fire him was something that didn’t shock him.

As a matter of fact, Kiunjuri seemed to have taken the matter positively as he was all smiling while responding to the incident.

He asserted that he was relieved with the move after he endured a torrid time of humiliation.

The ex-CS reiterated that he gave his best and did not regret his time serving the people of the country.

“The President’s decision has taken me by no surprise, I thank God, I feel relieved. I have endured lots of humiliation, only God and my family know this. I have given my best in my assignment, I leave with my head high,” remarked Kiunjuri.

The GNU Secretary-General noted that he wished Munya the best as he embarked on the task.

Kiunjuri pointed out that he will continue serving the citizens in his next capacity.

“I know there is an open door, down the road. I shall remain as I have always been; independent & firm. With my experience of over 25 years, I have a lot to offer & will continue to serve this country faithfully in other capacities,” articulated the embattled politician.

He added that “For any action, there will be a reaction. You keep it cool, I keep it cool.”

The once-troubled CS highlighted that he now had time to concentrate on other things.

The Tangatanga member insisted that Uhuru was right in executing his duty as the President.

“I now have free time to do other things, I am not going anywhere. The president appointed me without consulting anyone, he has relieved me of my duties, he does not need any consultation,” uttered Kiunjuri.

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