With approximately 24 days to the next general election in Kenya, political temperature continues to increase. Politicians in Kenya continue to throw words at their competitors.
Today, Governor John Lonyang'apuo has hit back at Deputy president William Ruto following his sentiments of referring CS Eugene Wamalwa as a woman.
According to Governor John Lonyang'apuo, a leader should not use abusive words. However, the West Pokot Governor claimed that it is bad to call a man a woman or woman a man.
"I cannot imagine an upright man, honest and distinguished leader and a man who is supposed to be a serious Christian like William Ruto can be abusive. How would you call a man a woman or vice versa?" Governor John Lonyang'apuo stated.
However, Kenyans should continue to expect more drama from politicians as we move towards August 9. What are your thoughts concerning this? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section.
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