Kericho county senator Honourable Aaron Cheruiyot has now agreed with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga on one thing.
Taking to his Twitter account on Friday afternoon, the firebrand Rift Valley lawmaker who doubles as the Majority Leader in the Senate has however, accused the former President Uhuru Kenyatta of being worst than the Nyayo regime.
According to Cheruiyot, Raila is right by claiming that the Nyayo days were bad to the country. The senator continues to divulged that since the golden handshake was witnessed, Kenyans suffered.
He says on several occasions were Kenyans killed and their bodies dumped in rivers and forests.
"I agree with Tinga that Nyayo days were really bad, the torture Chambers were evil. Terrible!
"However, the handshake days are the worst of our nation's history. Bodies in River yala & abadares forest was the order of the day. Satanic! May we never go back there,"said Aaron Cheruiyot.
The sentiments by the vocal United Democratic Alliance party lawmaker comes after the ODM party boss accused President William Ruto of trying to take back the country to the infamous Nyayo days.
Raila said that Ruto was using state powers to intimidate constitutional offices while pointing an accusing finger at him amid the Cherera four Parliamentary cases.
The President has since responded by saying that the four dissenting Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners will meet with the law for trying to subvert the will of the people in the last general elections.
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