Communication strategist Lord Abraham Mutai, who is a staunch ally to the he Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, has broken silence after Kajiado East Member of Parliament Hon Peris Tobiko officially decamped from Jubilee Party to United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
Mutai said that Deputy President Dr William Ruto, have now went ahead to break other people's families by invading their homes uninvited after successfully poaching Hon Peris Tobiko from Jubilee Party to UDA, despite her brother Cabinet Secretary of Environment Kiriako Ole Tobiko being their top critic.
According to him, Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies in UDA are now breaking Tobiko's family by poaching Peris Tobiko despite a divergent political stand of his brother Kiriako Ole Tobiko, who is a strong ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Jubilee Party. "Now they are breaking other people's families and invading homes uninvited. Hawa watu wa UDA lakini!" He said.
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