Former Mukurweini Member Of Parliament Hon Kabado Wa Kabado has sent a tough message to President Uhuru Kenyatta over continuos imposition of curfew that is pushing kenyans to the corner. Taking to his Twitter handle on Monday night, the former legislator has lamented the manner in which senior Politicians are holding big Political rallies during the day yet curfew is still there.
The former MP has claimed that the law is being applied selectively because those leaders like the Deputy President William Ruto, the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, ANC Leader Musalia Mudavadi and Former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka are among leaders holding major rallies across the country and have become super_sprender of Covid 19 yet president Uhuru Kenyatta is still imposing curfew. The president has said that the president should apply the law equally by removing curfew. Kabado Wa Kabado claims that these leaders are holding these rallies after making sure they are vaccinated.
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