“Why are your veins coming our, relax because the real game is yet to start" hilarious as President Uhuru Kenyatta ally had to calm down Deputy President William Ruto's vocal Rift Valley woman representative on Citizen TV. This happened during a heated debate in which Uasin Gishu county Woman Representative Gladys Boss Sholei who is one of the Deputy President William Ruto's and strong United Democratic Alliance supporter and Ndaragwa Member of Parliamet Jeremiah Kioni engaged in a heated debate over the current status of the ruling party.
According to Boss Sholei, the ruling party is dead since all its members walked out to different parties adding that Jubilee scrap metals were sold to Raila. Sholei said that UDA has announced their Presidential Candidate, they have an agenda, they can do rallies more than Raila due to Raila's age something she says ODM cannot.
Picking her up, Kioni wondered what makes her tired and worked up that their veins come out when they talk with lots of anger calling on them to calm down.
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