Kenyans have shared mixed reactions after Orange Democratic Movement party lawmaker praised and congratulated Member of Parliament who caused sleepless nights to Deputy President William Ruto.
Over the past weeks, MP Koskei have had political battle against the second in command in what he termed it failure to honor his fundraiser pledge.
Koskei had further taken to social media to clear the air that the money Ruto pledged for Sotik United Bodaa Sacco had not been received yet.
Mixed reactions have stormed into MP Arati's post as Kenyans throw different options over his statement.
According to a number of reactions, fans claim that the Sotik legislator has low strength as compared to William Ruto adding that the MP is politically weak in the Rift Valley region.
In other reactions, the ODM MP is asked to focus on his constituency and drop a political war against William Ruto.
The below screenshots summarise the mixed reactions from Facebook fans:
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