Kitutu Chache South MP Richard Onyonka has taken a swipe against Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru, accusing her of being dishonest with Kibra people.
Ms Waiguru on Sunday pitched tent in Kibra, pushing for election of Imran Okoth, the Orange Democratic Movement party candidate for November 7th polls.
At the rally, Waiguru termed Mr Okoth as the 'Handshake' candidate, urging the Kikuyu voters to elect him during the by-election.
"I am here because of handshake. It has brought stability and we must vote for Imran. I appeal to Kikuyu voters to do so," said Waiguru.
But Mr Onyonka on Monday lashed out to her, raising the controversial scandal of National Youth Service which saw the country lose millions.
Onyonka, a third term MP, said it was ironical that Ms Waiguru is giving hopes to Kibra people yet the money was meant for upgrading of the slum.
"So much money was lost at Kibra through NYS, ironically, the person who was managing this money (Gov. Waiguru) was in Kibra yesterday saying how the future is bright," he said.
Onyonka, the deputy party leader of Ford Kenya, is pushing for election of Eng Ramadhan Khamisi. Kibra will be electing replacement of Ken Okoth who died in July.
For months, Waiguru has denied any wrong doing in the NYS scandal, blaming her political detractors for the woes.