"They Will Walk Out Without Scar"-Top Kieleweke Ally Breathes Fire Leaving this Remarks
By Jonjez | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 8 views
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday 12th February visited the residents in Kiambu county.While addressing the residents in Uthiru head of state attacked his deputy president and his allies openly.According to the head of state,he warned those attacking his administration to quit or stop attacking him.President Uhuru Kenyatta dared the second in command to quit in case he is tired with his administration.
While replying to the head of state statements,Siaya Senator Orengo has break his silence when he said they will not quit.According to him,the Tangatanga team will make sure they deteriorate the party before they leave.
Orengo said"They won’t quit. They are driven by a destructive Samson and Delilah complex to bring the entire Jubilee citadel down and walk out without scars. Quixotic and not an existential threat, if you ask me."Orengo is the close ally of Raila Odinga and he has been popularizing the BBI across the nation.Recently,his county was the first to pass the constitution amendment bill through the BBI
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