Former Nairobi third governor and lifelong fan of Azimio la Umoja one alliance, Ann Kananu has cried foul of president Ruto's cabinet as they stay a bit nearer to getting their authority situates once they complete Checking in parliament.
Taking to her web-based entertainment account through a tweet, the government official has spread the word about it that Kenyans ought to be ready to be driven by disputable pastors in the following 5 years or more.
Shielding her feelings, Kananu disclosed that these bureau secretaries are killers, hoodlums and lawbreakers. Despite the fact that she didn't specify their particular names, one can straightforwardly presume that she is alluding to bureau secretaries whose cases were removed by DPP Hajji in a fanciful way last week.
Anne Kananu said, "William Ruto's cabinet will be made up of all manner of criminals and characters, from murderers to thieves to school dropouts and even drunkards. I'm crying for Kenya.”
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