A political event by deputy president William Ruto at the matrimonial home of Kajiado East Member of Parliament Peris Tobiko continues to elicit mixed reactions days later. A day after the event where the legislator officially joined UDA, Tobiko’s husband Kishanto Ole Suuji accused Deputy President William Ruto of gatecrashing his home without his express permission. Mr Kishanto went ahead to report the alleged trespass at the local police station. Kenyans from different walks have added the voice to the debacle, with some arguing that the legislator should have consulted her husband before hosting the Deputy President. The lastest person to add his voice to the debate is Canadian based lawyer Miguna Miguna. Taking to his social media pages, Miguna has slammed Kishanto Ole Suuji for treating his wife as his personal property. Miguna further called on FIDA, the federation of Kenya Lawyers, to educate the gentleman that his wife, Kajiado East MP, Peris Tobiko, is neither part of his property, cattle, nor furniture?
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