Former Presidential Candidate Mwalimu Abduba Dida, has now warned Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi after he told off Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua to stop the blame games and instead focus on delivering their services to Kenyans.
In a statement posted by Nairobi News on it official Twitter account, Dida, who was a presidential candidate in the 2013 General Elections, warned Mudavadi against hitting out at his bosses yet they are the ones who hired him to the position he holds now considering he was a key ally to President William Ruto and the entire Kenya Kwanza before the August polls.
According to Dida, Mudavadi should not hit out at his superiors considering that he was hired to a position that was unconstitutional in order to have him accommodated in the government.
"PM Mudavadi is already sounding like a former Prime Minister. Does he not know that you don’t discuss hyenas’ bad eating habits when in his house? Does he not know the gospel off ‘hasora tawala’? Does he not love his PM job?" wrote Dida on his Twitter page yesterday.
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