It is a big win for former Meru senator Mithika Linturi after a 36-year-old woman drops the case against him. According to the woman, she alleges that the nominated cs of Agriculture Mithika Linturi raped her and she needed him to face the consequences of the law.
However, Mithika Linturi refuted the ongoing speculation and declared that she didn't do anything to her. He alleges that he is ready to prove that he did not engage in such an act simply because he is a law-abiding citizen. This is a big boost for Mithika Linturi and the kenya Kwanza coalition simply because he has a higher chance of becoming the next cabinet secretary of agriculture. Azimio's insiders declared that they would do anything to ensure that Mithika Linturi is not the CS simply because he had pending cases at the court. This means that Linturi is clean to face the parliament panel to determine if he is good to take the lucrative position in Ruto's government. It is not clear what forced the woman to drop the case against Linturi.
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