"Love him or hate him it is on you." Moses Wetangula leaves legislators in Stitches with this
By Joeshu | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 8652 views
The kind of politics in this country is really exciting with most leaders making sentiments. Kieleweke and Tangatanga camps are now on different trains as we near 2022 presidential race. The two main political leaders giving Kenyans headache is DP William Ruto and Hon. Raila Odinga. From latest sentiments from president Uhuru Kenyatta about handing over to a thief 2022 politics may take a different direction completely.
Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula Brought parliament to a stand still with his special message about Raila Odinga. He argued that Raila Odinga remains the most undisputed political leader in this country. Wetangula argued that anytime he had disagreements he will walk out and not fight. Wetangula said this to Kangata Stating that the best thing to do is Walk away and not fight back.
"Love him or hate him, when @RailaOdinga disagreed with Michael Wamalwa in Ford-Kenya, he reconsidered his position, resigned and went back to Lang'ata and sought a new mandate with a party called NDP."
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