Former Mukurweini Member Of Parliament Hon. Kabado Wa Kabado has allegedly claimed that the government can also be sponsoring those skirmishes being witnessed in Laikipia so as to postpone next year general elections. The former Nyeri legislator was speaking at Kiririmbi Show at Inooro TV on Sunday night hosted by Francis Gachuri and alongside Vocal MP for Ndaragwa Jeremiah Kioni. According to the former MP, the Government can decide to sponsor chaos after realizing it's being pushed by the people.
"What Uhuru can leave for the people of Mt Kenya is only peace. Who said that the chaos being witnessed in Laikipia cannot be sponsored by the Government. Today we hear of conflicts in Laikipia County, tomorrow it might be Tana River County. The Government can also start these clashes so as to have a reason to postpone next year general elections," Revealed the former Mukurweini Member Of Parliament Hon. Kabado Wa Kabado.
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