Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed on Friday made his first appearance and address during the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance rally in Migori weeks after the camp started their anti-President William Ruto rallies.
Political leaders and Kenyans have been wondering why Junet and the former Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho have never attended the Azimio rallies.
In his remarks on Friday, Junet assured the Azimio supporters that he is supporting the Azimio's rallies and mass action, hitting out at the Interior Cabinet Secretary Professor Kithure Kindiki over his yesterday remarks.
Kindiki in his sentiments warned people against storming government institutions and more so security offices, in reference to Raila's incident at the DCI head Quarters when former CS Fred Matiang'i was being grilled.
Junet further slammed the Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua for saying that the government had only Sh93 million yet he was requesting for Sh1.5 Billion to purchase furniture, cars and for hospitality.
The vocal MP also claimed that the Kenya Kwanza government intends to settle on the former Chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Wafula Chebukti as a Court of Appeal judge.
Listen to Junet in this video.
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