Peter Kaluma is one of the most known leaders in the country. That is because he is always vocal and extremely controversial especially when it comes to social media. On twitter, the powerful legislator has been operating more like a blogger than an MP because each and every time, he has been popularizing Raila while dismantling DP William Ruto.
Just like other days, Peter Kaluma today again left Kenyans talking after dropping another controversial statement. Through his official twitter account, the powerful law maker decided to offer Ksh. 20,000 to a cartoonist who destroyed Deputy President William Ruto.
"This Cartoonist should collect his sh.20,000 from me ASAP! DM for my phone number." Tweeted Peter Kaluma.
That comes just a day after Deputy President William Ruto hailed President Uhuru Kenyatta while addressing Kenyans in Kirinyaga on the Mashujaa Day celebrations. The same Ruto, had combined Uhuru and Raila when he was at the Coast and gave them a big blow but his manner of double bitting was well captured by the cartoonist.
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