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"We Don't Care About The Handshake" Ledama Olekina

Senator Ole Ledama, who is a supporter of Azimio, is said to have altered his mind about the story of the handshake.

On a Wednesday night citizen television interview with Jeff Koinange, he did this.

The journalist had already wiped off a potential handshake and had asked him what he thought about Ruto's take. "Handshakes don't matter to us. Why are handshakes appropriate? "He replied.

He asserts that the parliament must play its monitoring role, particularly in relation to the executive and judicial branches, in order for everything to go as planned.

This is true despite the fact that the alliance to which he belongs is thought to have been established with a handshake between former president Kenyatta and prime minister Odinga.

When questioned whether he was prepared to serve as an opposition member, the senator initially indicated his discomfort with the word before indicating his desire to participate in the oversight.

After hearing rumors that the subsidized fertilizer had been gotten for free, Ledama then attacked his opponents.

He also questioned why the DPP was dismissing cases of corruption that the DCI had spent a lot of time carefully examining, calling it "a remote controlled criminal justice system."

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