While speaking in Narok in the company of Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga, Embakasi Constitutiency member of Parliament Babu Owino has rubbishes deputy President William Ruto's presidency bid once more.
The vocal former prime minister's ally warned the Maa speakers against throwing their weight behind the second in command's quench to cling the country's top job, giving them a hint on what they stand to lose should the DP bag the presidency position come August 9.
In a video shared on social media, Mr Owino said the DP masterminded a plan to import cattles for slaughter in the Kenya Meet Commission from Uganda, something that was meant to deny the Maasai a market for their livestocks.
He however warned that if the DP clings presidency, he will grab all their lands, while if they vote Raila in, he will instead set meat industries in the region to provide ready market and labour for the people of Narok.
"Mkipigia baba Kura atajenga viwanda hapa na mtauza mifugo yenu na vijana watapata kazi. Lakini mkipigia ule mwingine, si mnajua anaitwa Arap Mashamba? Na nyinyi mko na Mashamba, atagrab yote awaache hivo," Babu Owino said.
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