The Member of Parliament from Mumias East Hon. Ben Washiali has left the internet lit after saying that today headline on the Standard was aimed at selling the paper. The headline on the paper illustrated the NMC meeting of the ruling Jubilee party which was convened that saw the DP Ruto kicked out of the depoluty party leader position of the party.
The DP has not gotten it easy in his Jubilee party since the handshake come. The president is on record to say that only thing that brought the rift which is being witnessed in the in the party came as a result of the two leaders moving in different directions, where the president was rushing with time to avail his legacy and the DP running after his 2022 dream.
''Just headlines to sell papers. Zero impact. Wish you were writing against fuel price increase. That's a big headline with real social impact. Inform people on the real owner of Rubis. That's where fuel problem lies.'' Said Washiali.
People also had these to tell the the honorable member;
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