Section of senators photo courtesy Facebook
His remarks was after a high profile meeting with the Jubilee senator on Wednesday.
The Tanga Tanga allied senator met his Nairobi county counterpart Hon Johnson Sakaja.
He seemed to be claiming his fellow senator had agreed to join the wheelbarrow movement under the deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto.
His post comes barely days after Sakaja joined Ruto allies, nominated senator Milicent Omanga and Nakuru senator Susan Kihika for a function in the city raising speculations he was headed to DP Ruto's camp.
Here are reactions to Cherargei's post;
"Johnson Sakaja.also wants to loose his sit in Nairobi we watching you.just join uda means. United defending athieve"
"Very dangerous akuna mtu mwingne wa kufanya collaboration pamoja"
"Sakaja ametii narrative ya bottom up?? The train is unstoppable now"
Senator Sakaja and Samson Cherargei photo courtesy Facebook
"Welkam senator sakaja johnson to hustler nation"
"Sakaja in UDA Political career finished"
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