David Murathe threatened to "teach MPs a lesson" when he appears to answer to claims that he was involved in the 4 billion Kemsa tender. This is a pure form of pride and impunity. David Murathe has been termed to be the father of corruption and tenderpreneurship. However, the sad news is that he is the agent and now many Kenyans have demanded to know who is the principal.
The Jubilee vice-chair has always attacked DP Ruto throwing insults on him like calling him a liar who is a thief. The Kemsa scandal has really humbled him. He has almost become toothless hyena. Today, one of the media houses, the Standards shared a cartoon photo of Murathe which later Dr. Boni khalwale shared the same cartoon photo to attack Murathe. He told Murathe. He said Mr. David Murathe, how are you doing? Murathe replied to these claims and told her him. He told him,hello chameleon.
However, the big question is this a strategy to hunt for Ruto and his allies in by using Murathe as a getaway?
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