Kimani Ichung'wah is one of the no nonsense legislators in the country. He has been doing a great work for the people and his boss DP William Ruto. Although he from Mt. Kenya region, he decided to dump President Uhuru Kenyatta for Ruto and stood to his decision.
Today, Kenyans woke up to a worrying news that there may be an inside plan to delay the 2022 general election. For that reason, many people have been reacting, debating and discussing about the matter.
After being silent for a period of time, Kimani Ichung'wah has finally reacted by dropping three tough questions on those claims of Uhuru leading beyond 2022. Through his official twitter account, Ichung'wah left Kenyans thinking after his three tough Kenyans.
"•>Is this what they called TESTING the waters?
•>Is this what informs the desperation to shove bbi down the throats of Kenyans at whatever cost?
•>Will Kenyans afford an extra minute or say #FinishAndGo ?" Tweeted Kimani Ichung'wah.
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