Johnson Muthama has recently dared and send a strong warning to State Machinery as he responded to a claims by Senior Council, Ahmednasir that their are plans of the government demolishing the Weston Hotel. The vocal lawyer who is also allied to Ruto said that as a counsel on record for Weston Hotel, he can officially confirm that the Government of the Republic Kenya, in 48 hours ago sent tractors and goons to demolish the Hotel. The operation was called off after the tractors reached the hotel and the powers that be changed its mind,Ahmednasir added.
However, Muthama has also reacted to these claims and said that, no amount of intimidation and blackmail will change the will of the people. He stated that William Ruto’s presidency is inevitable. Muthama set the record straight that votes are with People not the Government Machineries. He added that Weston Hotel is a Private property and any plans to demolish it will only work against the people involved in the evil act.
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