Former Mukurweini Member Of Parliament Hon. Kabado Wa Kabado has expressed his displeasure and anger at those taking pleasure at Deputy President William Ruto woes. Taking to his Twitter handle on Wednesday Former Mukurweini legislator has allegedly said that those taking pleasure at DP Ruto woes will come to regret. Kabado has said that no true Democrat would cerebrate when other leaders are being oppressed. According to Kabado, those who cheered when Cord members were being terrorized back in 2013 to 2018 are now the victims and therefore those Cerebrating Ruto's problems will regret one day.
The former MP went ahead to say that Uhuru is using Political bigwigs to plunge the country into chaos. According to Kabado Wa Kabado, this can only be changed by the two main Presidential Candidate in the coming Elections, that is Raila Odinga and the Deputy President William Ruto by finding a common ground.
Kabado has insisted that only the two leaders will be able to rescue the country from the dangerous trend.
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