Tangatanga generals Caleb Kositany and Moses Kuria have today entertained Netizens after exchanging sets of tweets. Kositany was the first when he called out the government for focusing their energy on Deputy President William Ruto instead of focusing on service delivery to Kenyans.
In response to Kositany's tweet, Kuria told His counterpart to focus his energy on serving God since it's on a Sunday. In a different post, Kositany reminisced about their past days at the Jubilee party.In response, Kuria warned Kositany against his failure to respect the dead. According to The Gatundu South Member of Parliament, the Jubilee party is dead and just like dead people, it should be respected.
The latest attack on the Jubilee party will no doubt prove just how things have gone wayward for a party that many had considered to be too Organised for such kind of verbal drama from its party officials.
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