Journalist are know for their questions which can make someone land in trouble. Today it was their day when they faced the iron lady Martha Karua. The Narc party leader didn't spare them as she told off a journalist who asked the Azimio leaders to respond to claims made by President William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua.
The base question was whether Odinga was trying to use the nationwide protest to force Ruto into a handshake with Ruto.
" Yesterday the Deputy President said that you are trying to mobilise Kenyans to pile pressure on the government so that you can have a handshake. What is your take on this?" a journalist posed.
"You surely do not expect our leader to be responding to everybody who says something unfounded. You better go back to that source to give you facts to show that what he is saying is true," Karua responded.
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