Angry Former Mukurweini Member Of Parliament Kabado Wa Kabado has bitterly Ranted about the latest eviction carried out in Njiru area of Nairobi. Ever since, the Corona pandemic came in the country, thousands of kenyans have found themselves evicted and left homeless. The former legislator maintains that these ongoing forceful evictions of poor Kenyans is not good and is against human rights.
Taking to his Twitter handle, the former legislator has said that the latest eviction are enough to send President Uhuru Kenyatta back to ICC. The former Legislator has vowed that in case President Uhuru Kenyatta ever find himself, the people who were with him in his first time will not be there. When Uhuru Kenyatta was having cases at the Hague based court he got full back from the community something, Kabado Wa Kabado says, if that ever happen again he will go it alone. The former legislator said that these many eviction are only meant to benefit few gluttonous merchants.
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