The today's Citizen Tv morning breakfast show hosted Homabay Senator Moses Kajwang, Kitutu Chache Member of Parliament Richard Onyonka and NCCK Secretary general Chris Kinyanjui to discuss number of national and political interests as we head into the 2022 election year.
Kitutu MP called out leaders who go round the country visiting churches while dishing out large sums of money claiming that the churches are now part of the cartels laundering the money.
During the interview he said, "the Kenyan politics has made our church become a part and parcel of the cartel that abuses and misuses the people." He further went to say that donation made in churches should be made without announcing to the general public.
Mp Onyonka almost called out DP Ruto since he has been going around in churches making donations offering support that makes him "the jabali, the real king." He continued to say that the money being handed out is stolen from public coffers.
Here is a brief video; https://twitter.com/i/status/1468088302914129920
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