Former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth was among Azimio One Kenya coalition party leaders who accompanied with Raila Odinga to Garissa County for a political rally. Azimio coalition party leaders were received very well by thousands of Garissa residents who warmly welcomed them to their County.
During his speech Peter Kenneth accused Starehe MP Charles Kanyi alias known as Jaguar. Peter Kenneth said that he remember very well their was a time Jaguar cried for president Uhuru Kenyatta for Starehe seat and now he is the one in front line of accusing president Uhuru Kenyatta. He said that the same way he accuses president Kenyatta is the same way Ruto will deal with him one day and he will regret.
Furthermore, Peter Kenneth said that Jaguar should respect Uhuru Kenyatta since Uhuru is the one saved his political career after endorsing him to Starehe people. What advise could you share with both Peter Kenneth and Jaguar?. Below is a YouTube link video with full evidence.
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