Moses Kuria, has left Kenyans netizens talking on different social media platforms. This is after he told Kenyans that Orengo, Oraro and Otiende will not get supreme court briefs today, something that netizens can't stop talking about it.
According to Kuria, he was saying that this will be the first time since 2013 for the above leaders to miss supreme court briefs where by, he wrote saying that:
Now, this post of Kuria saying that Orengo, Oraro and Otiende will not get supreme court briefs, has gone viral on different social media platforms where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currentl.
Many are out to ask Kuria the reason why the above leaders will miss supreme court brief while, others are out making some funny reactions concerning this post of Kuria at the same time.
Anyway, what do you have to say about Orengo, Otiende and Oraro not going to get supreme court briefs according to Kuria? Share your thoughts, as you share this news to your friends. Below are some of the reactions:
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