Jubilee's Party Vice Secretary General Delivers Bad News To Those Criticizing The Government
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With just 17 months to general email, Kenyan Politics is slowly gaining momentum and different leaders are wisely chosing their next Political vehicles. However, Jubilee's Party Vice Secretary General Caleb Kositany has decried the manner in which leaders who are vocal in criticizing the government are being subjected to persecution by the State over their opinions about the current regime.
The soy legislator has however warned those always against the government to expect the worst between now and the next general elections. Kositany who is a close ally of the Deputy President William Ruto, had shared a short video on his Twitter handle of a member of the being denied permit of holding a meeting in his own Constituency. Tangatanga Leaders have claimed they are being targeted by government agencies over their tough position regarding the Building Bridges Initiative Report.
Ever since the relationship between the President and his Deputy William Ruto fell apart, the kenyans Politics has completely changed both in the government and in the party.
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