Kieleweke top leader Nakuru county honorable Lee Kinyanjui has been attacked badly in his own backyard. This happens as Deputy president William Ruto toured the region accompanied by his close associates and other political leaders.
In a video posted by a writer in his you tube channel, Susan Kihika escalated her attack on Lee Kinyanjui. She allegedly said that Lee has not done any development and should be ready to go home together with the ruling party.
She also asked the residents whether they have followed Lee Kinyanjui into joining Azimio coalition. And the residents replied with a big NO! Saying that they don't want to be associated with Azimio coalition.
On the other hand, Moses Kuria also escalated his attack on Lee Kinyanjui. Saying that Lee should stop dividing the Rift Valley region. Through tribal politics, Rift Valley should join Kenya Kwanza Alliance because it's a national party and welcome all Kenyans regardless their tribes.
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