Just a few days ago, Raila Odinga through his Twitter Account he rebuked on how the Government of President Kenyatta under the Authority of the Interior CS Dr. Fred Okeng'o Matiangi, deployed thousands of Police Officers for a By-election in Bonchari Constituency, Kisii County.
Sifuna was among the ODM Agents, who were arrested and denied access to the Polling Station. The Secretary General accused CS Matiangi of taking advantage of his Authority to intimidate and harass Voters.
Now, Edwin Sifuna took to his Twitter account, and he revealed the only way that President Kenyatta was going to secure his Legacy. He also mentioned the person that President Uhuru Kenyatta was supposed to sack from his Government.
"To secure his Legacy, President Uhuru must sack OVERZEALOUS, BELLICOSE government functionaries with IMAGINARY, SHORT-LEGGED Political [email protected] cannot always be the one to always guard the Handshake against enemies even those within the President's circle." Tweeted Sifuna
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