Kuria East member of parliament Junet Mohammed was one of the people who accompanied Raila Odinga in Narok county for a campaign rally. The former prime minister and been accompanied by his brigade that is supporting the Azimio La Umoja movement ahead of the August general elections.
While making a statement Junet Mohammed who is a close ally of former Prime Minister Raila badly constructed the deputy President William Ruto revealing the secrets that he has been doing to the Maasai community. Speaking in the podium , Junet said that he is not afraid to reveal the bad things that Ruto has been doing into the Maasai community.
He said that deputy president Ruto grabbed the land that belonged to a person known as Joseph Murumbi which is a 2000 hectares consisting of three mountains. He said that Ruto has been looking for empty spaces to grab from the Maasai community. The legislator however promised to the people of Narok county that the land that the deputy president grabbed will be back when Raila takes over as the next president.
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