The outspoken lawmaker for Malindi Aisha Jumwa today thanked the judges for stopping BBI. The Ruto diehard went on to add that gone were the days where leaders thought that they could just push their agenda by force to Kenyans.
She proceeded to say that their political competitors needed to know that they were prayerful people and that was the reason they were doing well in politics. Jumwa reiterated that the Dp was going to form the next government without any serious challenge.
The vocal leader also said that the prayers were going to help thesp in his quest to succeed his boss. Jumwa further urged Clergymen to continue praying for Dp who was surrounded by enemies all over because of his presidential ambition.
She finally noted that as leaders in Dp's camp they were going to continue to rally their supporters to back Ruto in 2022 because he was capable of leading the country.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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