Hon. Caleb Amisi, a member of parliament from Saboti, has now warned President William Ruto, warning him that the Mount Kenya Region must urgently be watched because recent events suggest that the region may turn against him in the upcoming 2027 general election after MPs openly disobeyed his position in the recently concluded EALA polls.
The outspoken MP stated that a region that disobeyed Uhuru is likely to revolt against Ruto and that will be perilous, saying that a volcano eruption is in the works and that Kenyans should be ready for more political events in the coming days."Mt. Kenya opposes persecution. They resisted white supremacy and colonialism. If they disobeyed their own son Uhuru Kenyatta, @WilliamsRuto would be very concerned because the big bang theory would then follow and the volcano would erupt with an avalanche of hot lava "said Amisi.In other news, the court heard testimony about a 37-year-old pastor's application of anointing oil to a minor's private areas and found him guilty of defiling the child.
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