Makau Mutua Reacts After The Grand Muller Alleged Uhuru's Latest Plan For This Party
By Joeshu | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 10504 views
The move by President Uhuru Kenyatta meeting coast region vocal governors raised eyebrows with Grand Muller alleging that Uhuru Kenyatta was bringing ODM leadership to its knees in order to save the fallen Tangatanga. He said,
"I hope everyone Understands and Supports H.E Uhuru's vicious assault to Dismember ODM. Long life my Beloved Jubilee!" Grand Muller.
Makau Mutua Furiously reacted stating that the plan won't work at all. He alleged that, "Grand Muller , this is a lame attempt to sedate the Hustler “tumundu” from the trauma of Kabuchai, Matungu, and Machakos. It won’t work!
Makau Mutua feels that The loss by Tangatanga in the recently completed by-elections effects won't be erased no matter what happens.
"Its good to be deflated ! At least you will know how the tribalists think. Lakini hawa cerelac coalition think they are winning nani? They can't field a candidate in kissi, juja or wajir. Bure kabisa."
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