The Former majority leader of National parliament, Aden Duale tells off Hon Buyu that he is not his boyfriend in a parliamentary proceedings today evening.
The members of parliament were discussing about insecurity in Northern region especially Marsabit County. The member of Parliament Hon Buyu has talked about the matter while critizing other leaders like Aden Duale which made the former Majority angry and blasted her.
Aden Duale is a member of parliament from Garissa Town this he knows more what is ailing the people of Northern region more than Hon Buyu. Also the former majority leader, said that the members of parliament, senators and governors should have an extensive talk with the residents of Marsabit County when government officials are present in order to find a long lasting solution. Also Aden Duale insisted that leaders of the mosques and temple should also be included.
The member of parliament is a close ally to the Deputy president William Ruto while Hon Buyu is a member of ODM.
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