Honorable Mutahi Kahiga reportedly told Raila Odinga to stop telling people about history. It's time to talk about present and where we are going as a country. Raila should say his vision and agenda benefiting Kenyans.
Honorable Kimani Ichungwa an UDA ally has reacted to Mutahi Kahiga's words. Ichungwa supports Mutahi as he claims that its true that Raila Odinga should stop talking about history. Because Kenyans does not want to hear history they want agendas.
This has created high speculations, leaving Kenyans thinking that. Is Mutahi Kahiga preparing to defect Jubilee and Join UDA? Since he openly attacked Raila Odinga. Clearly showing that he is against Raila's ideas.
"Kwa sababu nimesikia wakisema huko nyeri wakamwaambia huyo jamaa wa kitendawili hatutaki kitendawili. Mimi na wa support sana. Sisi hatutaki kusikia hizi historia ati alifanya na Kibaki sisi hapa central tunajua yule alisumbua Kibaki sana ni huyu jama wa kitendawili", says Kimani Ichungwa.
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