Member Of Parliament Savagely Attacks Uhuru Over Kalonzo Musyoka's Latest Remarks Concerning Sonko
By Anniest254 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 8917 views
Kapseret Member of Parliament has come out to savagely criticize President Uhuru for reportedly punishing politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto.
Sudi accused the president of misusing the Judiciary together with the investigative agencies. According to the Member of Parliament, the president's conduct is becoming to much and will not be tolerated in Kenya.
Sudi did this while responding to claims asking Uhuru to leave Ex-governor Sonko to him so that he can mentor him about how politics is done.
According to the Member of Parliament, Kalonzo Musyoka has already disclosed that the charges against Sonko are nots charges are out of their political beef but not terrorism as Kenyans are be told.
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