One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principal and Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has strongly come out to protect the dignity of Kenyan politicians following the sentiments of ACK Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit. The archbishop recently made it clear on the reason why he couldn't allow a section of top politicians to deliver their speech during the consecration ceremony held in Butere Girls Secondary School.
The event saw the likes of ODM party leader Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi march out of the event furiously after being denied a platform for politicking. Just a day after the incident, Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala also made an outrageous statement concerning the same after his party leader Musalia Mudavadi wasn't allowed a chance to speak.
Kalonzo has also decided to touch on the issue as he says politicians aren't the only sinners, and that everyone is a sinner. However, Kalonzo's sentiments have not augured well with a section of Kenyans who have slammed the former Vice President over his remarks on the church.
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