"Kuja Tukunywe Na Wewe" Murathe Responds While On Air
By CKM12 | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 6165 views
David Murathe during newsnight highly attacked the Tangatanga members led by the Deputy President William Ruto. He first claimed that they are propagandists who are causing division in the country.Murathe argued that the "Hustler vs Dynasty" talk was highly divisive and could lead to class war.He further said the wheelbarrows were only being given to Mount Kenya youths.He said this was radicalization to the youth which is not taking place in Mt.Kenya.
Due to the intensity of his remarks, Murkomen asked for him to be stopped arguing he was under the influence of something. This remark angered Murathe who responded "Kuja Tukunywe na Wewe". The presenter however deviated the topic.
David Murathe accused the Deputy President of taking praise of Government projects and in another hand criticizing it. Murathe warned that Jubilee may soon exit their partnership with UDA party.Murathe also insisted on the President remarks about his preferred succesor after his term ends on August next year.
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