A video of MP Alfred Keter talking to his constituents and revisiting the ICC cases issue last evening has emerged online and this caught netizens talking.
From the video, Alfred Keter alleged that it's the Uasin Ngishu county senator Kipchumba Murkomen and Nandi's Stephene Sang who gave out the names of the deputy President William Samoei Ruto, Henry Kosgey and Joshua Sang to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Alfred Keter added that this is something he can say on National TV and anywhere.
These statement's by the Member of Parliament sparked lots of reaction's online with several netizens stating that he was playing politics.
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