Nairobi women representative Esther Passaris joined Jeff Koinange during JK life on Wednesday night against Nakuru senator Tabitha Karanja. The two women leaders talked about several political development around the country.
The started the enjoyable session on a laughing comments as Karanja refered to Esther as her best friend though, their friendship ditches when it comes to work or business.
The Nakuru Senator who predicted excuses on president Ruto's unaccomplished promises if Azimio continued to disturb the government with their Rallies, advised the opposition leader to accept the defeat and move on.
As reported by citizen TV in Twitter, Esther Passaris, the current Nairobi women representative reveals what the two political organisations should do to solve their differences. She said, "We are all gov’t in the sense that all of us represent the people, she said. There has to come a time when we have to start listening to each other."
The two organization have been having issues against each other as Azimio leader of resent reportedly said he doesn't recognize President William Ruto as the current president of Kenya.
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