Suna East Member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohammed, has once again hit at Deputy President Dr William Ruto calling him a thieve by referring back to the Former Vice President Joseph Murumbi's land, which the second in command is being accused of grabbing after the death of the former second in command Joseph Murumbi.
Speaking during the Azimio la Umoja Movement rally in Narok today, Junet promised the Maasai community members that if the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga wins presidency, they will ensure that Murumbi land which the Deputy President Dr William Ruto is alleged to have stolen will be returned back to the community.
That land which is reportedly having about three hills inside cannot be left to one person who is the Deputy President Dr William Ruto, as the residents of Narok keeps on suffering therefore he will ensure that he pushes through for the land to be returned back to Maasai people.
"Ninataka kumwambia William Ruto kwamba hawezi iba mashamba ya Wamasai tena, imagine aliiba mpaka shamba ya aliyekuwa naibu wa Rais Joseph Murumbi. Mimi nawambia ivi Baba akiingia shamba ya Murumbi lazima irudi kwa Wamasai. Mimi mwenyewe nitahakikisha hio shamba imerudi kwa wanainchi hio shamba you're haiwezi kua ya mtu mmoja." He said.
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