Happy Nakuru senator honorable Susan Kihika has emerged with a powerful message about the 'Deep State'.Senator Kihika has alleged that the Jubilee party is on life support after losing all the by-elections in Rurii, Bonchari, and Juja.
Is their second loss after losing another important bill last week. High Court stopped the Reggae by disclosing that, the building bridges initiative bill is unconstitutional.
According to Kihika, the Jubilee party is in limbo. Kihika has slammed Jubilee's party when she altered out that, it appears his imaginary grip of the mountain is a mirage.
Susan Kihika said "The last week has been a nightmare for someone. Today his ‘on life support’ Party LOST in Rurii, Juja & Bonchari! Appears his imaginary grip of the Mountain is a MIRAGE! Deep state and system is a scam!"
President Uhuru Kenyatta has become the laughing stock, some of the ideas he has initiated get hurdles from the Jubilee party members being among his setbacks.
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