My life is in danger after Uhuru’s remarks – Khalwale
Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale has recorded a statement with the police accusing President Uhuru Kenyatta of making remarks that he says have endangering his lif’ during a Jubilee rally in Kakamega.
Confirming the incident, Kakamega Police Commander Moses Ombati said that Khalwale has expressed his concerns, adding that his office is launching a probe into the matter.
Meanwhile, Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has laughed off claims that Jubilee Party has made serious inroads in his home turf, Western Kenya, affirming that the region still remains solidly behind the National Super Alliance.
According to Mudavadi, the large crowds that have been witnessed during the recent Jubilee campaign trails in Western Kenya should not deceive President Kenyatta as they will not translate to votes.
“People of western Kenya are democratic and that is why they turned up in Jubilee campaigns. This does not mean that Jubilee will win Western Kenya votes, they are solely behind NASA,” said Mr. Mudavadi.
Mudavadi has also faulted the Jubilee administration for using taxpayer’s money to campaign, saying that there are numerous advertisements in mainstream media of cabinet secretaries highlighting what the government has achieved.
He says that the government is engaging in petty political campaigns when they have failed to deliver on the promises they made to Kenyans back in 2013.
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