Former presidential candidate now take a war to those who are showing total disrespect to the current president of the republic of Kenya.
Mwalimu Dida claims that there are those goons who are hired by the top government officials to disrupt President's speech which is not in order and very uncivilized manner.
In his remarks Dida took a trajectory of blaming the Jubilee government for having brought sort of crooks and criminals into the government.
Mwalimu quoted the following sentiments, "It is sad that the sitting is speaking and some paid goons are shouting,Sonko eeh, interrupting his speech..."
He further went a head highlighting that, "... Jubilee brought all sorts of criminals and crooks to government, ruining a respected institution,we are creating a really bad precedence for future government."
According to Dida's remarks he clearly blames the Jubilee government for giving such characters a chance and this will really create bad image to the subsequent government.
He also urged public to respect the institution and treat it with a lot of mannerism it deserves.
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