Moments after the Nandi County senator Hon Kiprotich Arap Cherargei issued his remarks demanding that immediate investigations to be launched on the officers who cleared the former Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiangi to travel outside Kenya when he is still under investigations, analyst Abuga Makori has expressed his worries that Kenya Kwanza’s regime might fall sooner than expected.
According to his statement at his official twitter account, Makori claimed that some close associates of president William Ruto like Hon Samson Cherargei, are likely to bring immediate downfall to UDA’s regime.
Abuga Makori tweeted, “If you want to know the level of William Ruto's vindictiveness, just read what the loose mouthed Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei is writing about Fred Matiang'i. This govt will fall sooner than we expect. A bunch of useless fellows.”
Senator Kiprotich Arap Cherargei tweeted, “There is should be immediate investigations to any officers who cleared CS Matiangi to travel yet he is under investigation by various agencies. Reshuffling/administrative action should be taken & immediate repatriation of CS Matiangi back to kenya to face the law/music.”
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