While talking on the Senate floor Homabay county Senator Hon. Moses Otieno Kajwang' said that if the wajir county governor was to be impeached on grounds of poor performance on health and insecurity then president Uhuru Kenyatta also needs to be impeached.
"Impeaching wajir county governor Hon. Mohammed Abdi over poor performance on health and insecurity then the president should also be impeached," he said.
These serious allegations comes up after the fallout of the building bridges initiative report which was the main bond between the president and ODM party. Also his statement comes at this time the country is facing the corona virus pandemic which has turned the economy upside down.
Other leaders might think he was politicking but in real sense the homabay senator has said a statement which no any other leader can ought to say.
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