Junet Mohamed is one of the most known political leaders in the country. He is not only known because he is a top Member of Parliament but he is also known because of other reason like his loyalty to Raila Odinga and the ODM party while he is always vocal and extremely controversial.
In most occasions, the popular Member of Parliament has been surprising Kenyans with his remarks and as things seem to be, he is not keen on stopping that behaviour anytime soon.
That is because today, Junet Mohamed surprised Kenyans once again as he revealed how President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga's handshake affected the Parliament. According to reports, Junet Mohamed revealed that the handshake made the work of MPs easier because government proposals have been passing through the House without difficulties.
"Handshake ya Raila na Uhuru ilifanya kazi yetu kama wabunge iwe rahisi sana. Agenda za serikali zilipitishwa kwa urahisi sana. Parliament ilinyooka." MP Junet Mohammed.
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