Johnson Sakaja leaves this special message to Kangata as he boldly warns Kimani Wamatangi on this
By joemuca | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
Kenyan political formations and betrayals are beyond repair and it is just out of control when your time comes. Power is proving to be sweet but you need to watch every move that you make. Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja sent this special message to IrunguKangata as he warmed Wamatangi. He said,
"I thank Sen Kangata for the work he has done. He is a very jovial and well-intentioned man. I think for the short stint he has had, he's been able to really try the best he could have done in that position of majority whip."
Sakaja Johnson could not hide his frustration abd dissaponted as he directed his guns to Wamatangi. He told him that, "As we go ahead, even in your position Sen Wamatangi be careful. What you do will be done to you. Things change and when you make any moves/rules, just assume that your worst enemy is in the position to do the same to you." Sakaja warned.
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