Kericho County Senator and vocal UDA member Aaaron Cheruiyot has mocked Kitui County Governor Charity Ngilu, an ardent supporter of Raila Odinga, accusing him of wanting to destroy Kalonzo Musyoka’s political career.
According to Senator Cheruiyot, he believes that it is Charity Ngilu. This is after reports doing being spread by the mainstream media allege that three governors under the Azimio La Umoja movement have claimed that the Wiper Party Leader is demanding a total of Ksh 3 Billion in order to join Raila.
The Senator as a result said that Azimio consists of senior leaders who destination is just to retire.
“It is no secret that Mama Ngilu has always wished that SK Musyoka would vanish off Kenya’s political radar space. She finally has found a way out. Insisting on him Sh 2 b inside the ill-fated Kuzimia gravy train whose destination is final retirement of the senior leaders aboard it,” he wrote.
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