Advocate Ndegwa Njiru Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga and the Azimio-OKA coalition. He made new accusations against President William Ruto for his initiative to plant trees in the Mau Forest Complex.
Ndegwa called President Ruto a liar for saying he has cut short his plans in the forest. According to Ndegwa, William Ruto ordered his people to seize the Mau forest, he led the UDA team to plant trees on his birthday, but the dry season is approaching in January. He called it nonsense from below.
Lawyer Ndengwa Njiru said: "Huyu jama nabibi William Ruto keli ni mnafiki na ni kigeugeku kabisa. He ordered his people to occupy the MAU FOREST COMPLEX, and on his birthday, he led the UDA in planting trees for the dry season that comes in January.
Our advocate's tweet sparked a backlash among Twitter users. Some of the responses given are shown below.
Mwangi replied: "Representative, take some cold medicine, we know you are still in pain, accept it and move on, we don't want to see your picture on the back page of our newspaper because of depression". "Azimio needs you to speak up and be heard as they seek votes in the next general election."
Ndege: "Black bull, do you hate black? Raila lost and we all moved on. Go ahead! "
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