WAITITU heckled like a dog in Githurai in presence of RUTO- We don’t want to be addressed by thieves

Monday June 3, 2019-Kiambu Governor, Ferdinand Waititu, was on Sunday heckled by residents of Githurai in the presence of Deputy President William Ruto.

The incidence happened when Ruto made a stopover at Githurai on his way to attend a church service at St Veronica Catholic, Kahawa Wendani.

At Githurai, when Waititu took to the podium he was roundly shouted down as he tried to address the crowd.

His efforts to get the crowd’s audience were only met with chants of “Hatutaki” and “Hakuna”.

As the crowd continue to heckle him, Waititu kept saying, “Ni sawa, lakini kile nataka mjue… before he eventually cut short his speech.

The Githurai residents were furious with Waititu after reports emerged that he has misappropriated Sh 2.5 billion meant for county development.

 Two weeks ago, Waititu was arrested by detectives from Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) but he is out on a Sh 500,000 anticipatory bail.


  1. While heckling a leader is not good, sometimes it's fair to do so. Just visit Oshawa sukari and then visit mwihoko. You will be surprised on how kiambu county government has neglected roads and any kind of development in mwihoko. Paths in Oshawa sukari are being carpeted but mwihoko roads are not despite its huge population that supported jubilee to the teeth. President Uhuru on visit to kizito, mwihoko instructed the construction theand oftarmacking of road joing kizito and Kansas sukari considering the suffering and huge traffic on that road but upto today 2yrs down the road; nothing has happened. Leaders deserve to be heckled when they appear bumbavu. We welcome waititu to kizito, mwihoko. We will not heckle him but we will show him the reality of how he has mismanaged kiambu with lies and unfulfilled promises.

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