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Former Kakamega senator Sends a strong message to DP William Ruto

bashkabasata 11/27/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Former Kakamega senator and Ikolomani Member of Parliament Dr. Boni Khalwale is one of the most vocal politicians in the country. His vibrant nature and controversial acts are the ones that have been making him to continue being relevant in the politics of the nation yet he isn't in government.

Boni Khalwale who is famously known as the 'Bull Fighter' decided to move camp after the 2017 general election and later joined the hustler nation where he has been running the show for Ruto in Western part of the nation.

For that reason, Khalwale has been backing up DP William Ruto in almost everything, meaning that they have always been together on demanding amendments for the BBI and now he has taken time to send a warm message to his boss William Ruto. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Boni Khalwale.

According to Boni Khalwale, it is William Ruto who pushed had for some amendments that were incorporated in the BBI report. That made Khalwale to send him a congratulatory message and urged him to push even further as the report is not yet that good. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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