A political blogger known as G.K Malema has been forced to delete his Facebook post and apologize after he wrote about Bomet women's representative Linet Toto.Linet Toto was celebrating his UDA victory in Chemomul village in Bomet East constituency, where former Governor Isaac Ruto attended the ceremony.
Governor Isaac Ruto called on the people of Bomet County to vote for her as Bomet's representative simply because she showed her promise to fight for people's rights in Bomet County. According to GK Malema, he revealed that it is too early for Linet Toto to celebrate their victory in Bomet County just because the UDA team might throw her under the bus just for associating with the CCM party. He deleted the post and apologized that the editor made the wrong mistake and called on the Kenyan people to be careful what they post to avoid creating enmity among the Kenyan people. Thank you for reading through my article.Kindly click the icons below to like and follow my account for more trending stories and don't forget to share locally and internationally.
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