Yesterday top lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi spilled the beans with crazy allegations against the former president Uhuru Kenyatta. The Laywer said that Uhuru had entertained LGBTQ and five of his cabinet secretaries were members and 12 senior staff at state House were also members of LGBTQ. He louded Ruto for ejecting those members out of his government since LGBTQ community has not been legally allowed in Kenya and mostly as seen in Western countries.
Miguna Miguna has replied to a questioning where he was asked to share some light on Ahmednassir's allegations and he quickly distanced himself with those allegations saying that he should not be dragged in to those issues and that he is focused on other pressing matters. It has not yet been confirmed if those allegations are true and the identity of the members remain uncovered. Do you think Uhuru's cabinet had LGBTQ members? Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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