Advocate Wahome Thuku has hinted through his official facebook page alleging that the newly Elected Kiambsa member of parliament Hon John Njuguna should stay away from deputy president William Ruto's mic.
According to Hon Wahome Thuku if the newly Elected Kiambsa member of parliament does not wants to announce the death of his political career he should stay away from deputy president William Ruto's mic when ever he visit his constituency.
Here is what Advocate Wahome Thuku shared on his official facebook page alleging that the newly Elected Kiambaa member of parliament Hon John Njuguna should stay away from deputy president William Ruto's mic when ever he visit his constituency!
"Next time Ruto is in Kiambaa, Ka Wanjiku should keep off that mic. Unless he wants to announce the death of his political career. Gakoigîrîrio ta rwîgî ruoete njui". Hon. Wahome Thuku wrote.
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