Kipchumba Murkomen who is among the allies of deputy president William Ruto and UDA party, today tweeted on his twitter page that, I remember President Moi (RIP) holding such “development”! meetings in State house in 2002 when he realized that HE George Saitoti (RIP), H.E Moody Awori and HE Kijana Wamalwa together with other opposition luminaries had joined hands to defeat his project.
Obino tweeted, "Using your same analogy; Ruto holds frequent delegations at his official Karen Residence. The only difference is that he is his own "Project" using state resources. Both sides of the Jubilee A & B are an odious Hague bred political mongrel that Kenyan's can't wait to go far away."
Simon tweeted, "The only difference with those projects were not self made before. They never contested for a presidential election and emerged first runners 3 times in a row. You should be worried because Raila is winning this election this time!"
Chebon tweeted, "Your now losing it, we are together but dev meetings 20 years ago as you just state is in bad taste, the scenario is different now , ideas vs like minded ideas."
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