A Member of Parliament (MP) has finally spoken after she was humiliated at a burial event attended by ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Kandara MP Alice Wahome revealed that Ruto had given her his condolence speech that she was supposed to read during a burial ceremony in Kandara.
Wahome speaking to journalists after being denied to speak said she was supposed to read Ruto’s condolences during the burial of businessman Joel Kibe’s mother, Mama Nancy Muthoni Kibe.
Wahome further revealed that she would have taken the opportunity to hit out at President Uhuru Kenyatta after the DP was blocked from travelling to Uganda.
“I had Ruto’s condolences speech since he was to travel to Uganda. There was a last minute panic and change of protocol. Had I been given the microphone I would have called out President Uhuru Kenyatta for abuse of office, abuse of power because the first right of an individual is freedom of speech, movement and political affiliation of your choice,” Wahome said.
The MP added that DP Ruto was blocked from travelling to Uganda because his political opponents are afraid of him since he will likely make friends outside the country.
“There is no law that requires the deputy president to be cleared at the airport. They are afraid of the deputy president’s movement both internally and outside the borders. They are afraid Ruto will make friends outside because he has made good friends locally,” said Wahome.
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