Former Kakamega County Senator Dr Boni Khalwale, who is now a staunch ally to the Deputy President Dr William, has been castigated for enganging in politics of deceit by joining the Tangatanga political camp led by Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
Speaking on an interview with K24 television, the newly unveiled Amani National Congress (ANC) party Secretary General Simon Kamau Gikuru, said that Dr Khalwale used to inspire many young politicians like him while he was serving as a Senator for Kakamega County, but unfortunately he cannot inspire anyone currently after enganging in politics of deceit led by Deputy President Dr William Ruto, whose main aim is to hoodwink Kenyans through handouts.
"It is actually unfortunate and I'm surprised that Dr Khalwale whom I used to admire so much when you were serving as a Senator. The way you were articulating issues and questioning the corrupt characters that now you have joined the same people to lie Kenyans by giving them handouts."
"Can you inspire anyone currently Dr through giving out wheelbarrows? Can you give your son or daughter a wheelbarrow? I think you have lost it and your UDA narrative of kazi ni kazi is dead on arrival." Gikuru told Khalwale who was a colleague panelist in the show.
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