Nandi Hills Member of Parliament Alfred Keter's video slamming a politician has reemerged on Twitter and posted by the Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu.
In the video that has been posted my Governor Ngilu, Alfred Keter was captured speaking in Kiswahili while saying “Mwizi Ni Mwizi, wamepora hata mahindi yote watu wote wanalia nyumbani. Wametuzoea wanatuibia mpaka sisi na Unajua watu wakiiba, juzi alinipigia simu akaniuliza, Sasa wewe unanikoroga na natafuta Kura 2022? Nikamwambia, maombi yangu Kama Keter, hata Mimi nataka kuwa rais siku moja. Wewe ukupata nafasi watu watachukia jamii ya Kalenjin wakijua Sisi sote Ni wezi kama wewe" he said amid claps
Adding “Nikamwambia, Kama Kuna mwenye anakuombea usiwe Rais, ni Mimi kwa sababu, hakuna kitu Kama tribe" he continued.
Keter in the video warned that no one steals on behalf of a community saying that should he buy a helicopter, he won't register on the Kalenjins names but it will solely contain his name.
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