Peter Kaluma is a well-known leader in the country. That is because he is always vociferous and incredibly contentious, particularly on social media. On Twitter, the strong legislator has been behaving more like a blogger than an MP because he has consistently popularized Raila while demonizing DP William Ruto.
Peter Kaluma, as he has done on previous occasions, has once again thrown Kenyans in a tizzy after making another divisive statement. The powerful lawmaker decided to offer Ksh. 20,000 to a cartoonist who demolished Deputy President William Ruto via his official Twitter account.
This comes only one day after Deputy President William Ruto praised President Uhuru Kenyatta while speaking to Kenyans in Kirinyaga on Mashujaa Day. When Ruto arrived in the Coast, he combined Uhuru and Raila and gave them a tremendous blow, but the cartoonist portrayed his double biting style perfectly.
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