City Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has come out to comment on the sentiments by Museveni's son general Muhoozi on being able to capture Nairobi in two weeks.Taking to his official Twitter account,the lawyer stated that the tweet by Muhoozi has captured his attention.He however expressed his impatience on the country's army commander's response to the claims by Muhoozi.
According to Kipkorir,Kenya's army commander who is President William Ruto ought to speak up and inform the public on the potency of our army defending the nation against any external attack."I am yet to hear our Army Commander denying or admitting our Army’s ability to defend our borders from the threatened invasion,"stated Kipkorir.
This comes moments after lieutenant Muhoozi made controversial comments about Kenya's democracy and sovereignty.What is your take on these comments by lawyer Kipkorir? Kindly drop in your comments as you like share and follow this channel for more exclusive articles.
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