According to the latest news by the Nation Africa media, former Kiambu governor Waititu is facing a greater challenge after Mwananchi Credit has threatened to sell his two cars this morning. He has obtained a court order which restricts this financial organization from tempering with his wealth.
Some of his followers through the Twitter handle have implied that a court can only give you an order to stop your being from being sold, but you must pay back the amount of money you borrowed. Few months after these political leaders lost his seat, he has been facing tremendous challenges which have been hindering him from chasing his political dream.
This comes few minutes after William Ruto broke the silence about the ongoing Ramadan celebrations, where he has urged the Muslims to remain strong in their belief. As we approach 2022, many political leaders are facing a lot of storms that are making them weaker to an extend of losing their direction in politics.
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