Sotik member of parliament hon Dominic Koskei has come up with claims that Tangatanga leaders are in the process of deserting the UDA party from what he termed as slow puncture and the drying of taps where they used to collect money, as he posted in his Facebook account.
He claims that this is the reason there is so much silence from the group, accusing them of taking people's money meant for development through blackmail and intimidation. He, therefore, said that the time to lash is now encouraging people not to weep because other leaders are humble and dedicate to serve people.
Even though the claims might be true about the silence from their side, it should also put clear that this might have been contributed by the president's decision to bar political rallies in the country to fight against the covid-19 pandemic.
Link to his Facebook post https://www.facebook.com/101753757895634/posts/570296064374732/?app=fbl
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