As he was addressing the public, on Thursday, a local publication quoted his words to the president asking him to protect the Kenya's Boarders. According to Honourable Moses Wetangula, if there is any part that the president should protect it at all cost is the boarders that surround Kenya.
Moses Wetangula is one of the candidates that are expected to be vying for the top seat come 2022 which has actually left with less than a year to the final day.
He believes that once the head of the rpublic of Kenya president Uhuru Kenyatta has ensured the safety of the Kenya's boarders then, even businesses and the relationship between Kenya and other countries will be enhanced and thus more benefit to the country.
On the other hand a section has reacted differently as they support his sentiments claiming that it is the best idea that will help the Kenya as a country move to the next step in the near future.
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