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Ukishiba funika Tumbo: Justina Wamae and Mutahi Ngunyi exchange bitter words

Roots Party official running mate, Justina Wamae, and political expert Mutahi Ngunyi participated in a heated exhange of words following her cases that her chief, George Luchiri Wajackoyah, had endorsed Raila Odinga of the Azimio La Umoja.

Wamae applauded back at Ngunyi who punched holes at her explanation where she purportedly affirmed charges that Wajackoyah was an Azimio mole.

The frank running mate could, nonetheless, not keep down after the favorable to Azimio investigator proposed that she made the cases to conciliate Deputy President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA).

“From where I sit, you can’t indicate to represent me or Roots Party. Eat Azimio’s cash peacefully, when you have your fill, keep mum (Ukishiba funika tumbo),” Wamae told off Ngunyi.

Wamae – in an exposed knuckle assault on oneself declared political specialist – requested that Ngunyi utilize his media organization, the Fifth Estate, to separate to the public the importance of a mole.

The political savant scrutinized the possibility of Wajackoyah being Raila’s mole in the Roots Party – which he named as a lesser party contrasted with the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya.

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“So imagine a scenario in which Wajakoyah is a Baba mole. Is it safe to say that he is for Baba at the Roots Party, which he claims? Try not to affront his knowledge. This Justina Wamae isn’t appearing to be legit. Or then again is she suggesting a viewpoint to be moled by UDA?” Ngunyi presented.

Wamae repudiated herself from any political venture in front of the August 9 surveys and remained by her attestation that no pioneer ought to be forced on the Kenyan electorate.

“I can’t say that adolescent and ladies are not pageboys and blossom young ladies separately then cow when required to have been free leaning,” she repeated.

The tempest in the Roots Party tea cup started after a video of Wajackoyah purportedly underwriting the previous Prime Minister at an entertainment joint became famous online

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