Kericho County Senator has controversially come out to announce that he is supporting a statement that had been made by the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. He made them as a way of firing back at President William Ruto who asked his opposition camp to ceaze causing interference at a time the four IEBC commissioners are about to be disciplined for their mistakes.
Raila had earlier on informed Ruto that they will not allow him to take them to the route which supports the use of jungle laws so as to manage the election to come.
According to Cheruiyot, he agrees with Raila that the days of Nyayo under Moi era were evil ones and they don't want to see them happen again.
Despite his remarks, Cheruiyot has also informed Raila that handshake days were the worst ones and they also don't want to return to them since bodies were also dumped into rivers.
"I agree with Tinga that Nyayo days were really bad, the torture Chambers were evil. Terrible! However, the handshake days are the worst of our nation's history. Bodies in River yala & abadares forest was the order of the day. Satanic! May we never go back there," said Senator Aaron Cheruiyot.
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