After the famous 2018 handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, a major fallout was witnessed in the ruling jubilee party.
Since then, leaders allied to the Deputy President have been sidelined from government business with many left to battle corruption scandals after the nasty fallout.
Many TangaTanga Leaders have been blaming Uhuru's government for using state agencies such as EACC and KRA to frustrate leaders who are against Uhuru's government.
Vocal TangaTanga senator Mithika Linturi has now revealed that his bank accounts were frozen last Wednesday after his statements against President Uhuru on Monday during an interview on Citizen TV.
According to Linturi, this is not the first time that KRA has targeted him for his statements against Uhuru's government. Linturi had accused the President of harboring Corrupt leaders since he was elected in office.
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