"Ruto, Give Me What Belongs To Me If You Want To Have A Smooth Run In Kenyan Politics,"Says Former Mp
By GachNews | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 36882 views
The former Kibwezi member of Parliament Kalembe Ndile today attacked the deputy president by courageously telling the Dp that he stole his party and to date he has not returned it.
He thus asked the Kabuchai residents to be very careful with him as just like what he did to the former Mp, he could easily do to them and to a large extent Kenyans. He went on to say that in Ukambani region he was not having much support.
Kalembe said that it was because his community was not the type to be cheated by his wheelbarrow narrative. He further urged the residents not to allow his bad politics to penetrate in the western region.
Kalembe also pointed out that the Dp was not going to find it easy in Kamba region because the Wiper party leader was in full control of the area. He infact told him to first of all compensate a company by the name Masindu Motors for the work the company undertook under his watch and to date no payment it has received.
He finally said a vote for the Ford Kenya candidate Simiyu Majimbo was a strong sign that the residents were supporting the political unity of the Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, KANU party leader Gideon Moi and Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula.
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