Kimani Ichung'wah, Dennis Itumbi, Susan Kihika, Kipchumba Murkomen and Ndindi Nyoro are a well known allies of Deputy President William Ruto. Because those people are well known, one of the most controversial lawyers by the name Ndegwa Njiru has come out publicly to give them a bitter message which entails their boss DP William Ruto.
Through his official twitter account, Ndegwa Njiru joined together Kimani Ichung'wah, Itumbi, Kihika, Murkomen and Ndindi Nyoro then told them that as they hustle to but maize flour at 160/=, their boss DP William Ruto is feeding his maize to his chicken while million of hustlers are dying hungry.
"@KIMANIICHUNGWAH @OleItumbi @susankihika @kipmurkomen @NdindiNyoro @UDA_kenya In the mean time as u HUSTLE to buy ur UNGA at 160/= @WilliamsRuto is FEEDING his MAIZE to his CHICKEN while MILLIONS of HUSTLERS are DYING of hungry . Kazi ya kuku ni kazi." Tweeted Ndegwa Njiru. It is just recently when DP William Ruto talked about using his maize to feed his chicken. Little did he knew that his sentiments would one day come to be used against him.
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