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Deputy President William Ruto's ally has today claimed that it is a matter of time before President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee Commando shift his allegiance from Kieleweke to Tangatanga camp, adding that he's current fearing being taken to DCI over corruption and graft related cases.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with Citizen Tv on Monday, Meru County Member of Parliament Hon Mithika Linturi said that it's with no doubt that Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega is currently supporting Raila as a result of huge pressure from some people and because he was among the KEMSA scandal millinares, he can't dare to disobey the master.
Also, Mithika Linturi has reminded kenyans on how the MP protest the decision to merge the Jubilee and ODM Parties, and the latest one being where he is protesting against the decision to field Joint candidates in all elective seats in the nation.
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