Lurambi MP Titus Khamala has pleaded with President William Ruto to allow him join the government. Khamala says he did everything with Ruto but was later on lied to until he found himself in Azimio.
Khamala has pleaded with Ruto to welcome him in government so that they can work together as they have been friends in the past. The MP says the devil lied to him to abandon Ruto and join Azimio.
According to Khamala, he was with Ruto until the last minute. He says he was working well with Ruto until he changed his mind to Raila for them to be thrashed in elections. The MP has pleaded with Ruto embrace leaders who are willing to work with him so that the country can get developed moving forward.
Khamala has blamed the devil who lied to him to abandon his friend. He claims the devil is not even afraid of a man of God like him.
“The devil is not ashamed. He does not even fear a man who serves God like myself. I was with President Ruto until the last-minute making plans on how we could form the government. I don’t know how I found myself in Azimio. Ruto, I am your child we should eat together,” Khamala has said.
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