Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja is one of the best performing senators in the country. He has been doing a good work when it comes to fighting for the rights of many vulnerable tax payers in the country. For that reason, he is liked and loved by many people in the country who view him as a role model and a mentor.
Today, things were not as good as they always are for Johnson Sakaja. That is because he faced it tough as he was torn apart by angry Gabriel Oguda who felt that Sakaja had not spoken sense in his latest statement.
As reported by K24 TV, Johnson Sakaja claimed that Kenyans are suffering because of high taxes which should be reduced. Gabriel Oguda didn't take that well as he asked Sakaja whom was he telling those words. According to Oguda, Sakaja should be acting more than speaking because if he is tired of putting his words into action, then he should go back home.
"Who are you telling? If you're tired of doing your job stop grating our ears with nonsensical statements and go back to rapping with camels in Dubai. 2022 Kenyans mpaka wakufinye." Tweeted Gabriel Oguda.
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