During a meeting with NTV on Tuesday night, Duale chastised Maina Njenga, saying that his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party would not have any desire to be related with somebody who affects brutality.
The official proceeded to say that Njenga's activities, which were seen during Deputy President William Ruto's UDA visit in Laikipia County, were illicit and ought to be tended to as a security concern.
Refering to conditions in which Njenga was denied a significant party's assignment because of safety concerns, the official announced Njenga unsuitable for political authority.
While arranging a roundabout assault on their adversary ODM Party, the DP Ruto partner recommended that Njenga rather look for an ODM Party ticket since 'that is the place where he should be.'
He contrasted his demonstrations of brutality with those looked by his party, the UDA, during visits to Kisumu last month, during which they pointed blaming fingers at the ODM
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