The Makueni Senator, Mutula Kilonzo Junior recently fired back at vocal ODM ally after he bragged and attacked Kenyans. Lawyer Donald Kipkorir claimed that whenever he is driving because he does not have have driver and does not need any. He said that those who refuse to give him way are bus and matatu drivers and those driving small Toyotas. He stated that he excuses them them because of their small minds and that is why they will always be drivers and will never succeed. He said that they suffer from scarcity mentality.
However, Mutula Kilonzo fired back. He told him that he gives way to all and that should be the spirit of all Kenyans. He told him it is good to always care for each other without hurting them. He said that cars big or small are in the end pieces of metal. He told Kipkorir that his tweet is offensive to Kenyans and he should stop that. Other Kenyans also reacted and said that Kipkorir should stop intimidations as this can ruin the presidency of Raila Odinga whom Kenyans want him to win the 2022 race.
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