Senator James Orengo has today fired a warning shot to individuals within government who have taken the malice responsibility to control the Kenyan politics behind the scenes before the 2022 general elections. The Minority Leader claimed there are a group of people who do not want peace in this country despite President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga doing a handshake for Unity in this country.
The Siaya Senator has promised to expose these individuals. And Orengo has called upon his colleagues in the Senate and National Assembly to expose these individuals. James Orengo maintained that civil servants do not have the mandate to plan about future elections at a time when the big four agenda should be their priority.
The Siaya Senator has also expressed his excitement over the win by the ODM party in Kisii County. Orengo says in an Election Day Kenyans should have peace, not chaos as experienced in just ended by-elections. Open The Link Below To view the Video of James Orengo addressing Kenyans.
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