Gender and Public Service Cabinet Secretary Aisha Jumwa trended for the better parts of Monday and Tuesday for a bad reason. This is after a video was shared online of Pastor Tony Kiamah claiming that CS Aisha Jumwa is a witch. In the video, Pastor Tony Kiamah who was furious claimed that it is due to her involvement with witch craft that has made Aisha Jumwa to ascend to where she is since she has used it to blindfold and fool those around her.
An angry Cabinet Secretary Aisha Jumwa has hit back at Pastor Tony Kiamah as she demanded that he does the following. According to The Star Kenya, CS Aisha Jumwa has hit back through her lawyer Danstan Omari. The CS has demanded that Pastor Tony Kiamah writes an apology with immediate effect for calling her Mrogi.
"Through Lawyer Danstan Omari, the CS has written a demand demanding a written apology for his remarks." Tweeted by The Star Kenya
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