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Moles Betraying Uhuru Identified as he is Finally Told The Unexpected Place They're Hiding

News Hub Creator 08/23/2021

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. President Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet is full of moles who are the ones to blame for his ongoing stream of failures, he has been told.

Uhuru's initiatives have been flopping, the latest being his push for law changes, resulting in mockery from his critics.

Tiaty MP William Kamket had come to his aid, advising him to sweep his cabinet as the moles giving him away are hidden there.

Speaking on Sunday, he added that Uhuru must also reshuffle his team of Chief Administrative Secretaries (CAS), as this team also has people working against him.

He also pointed fingers at the office of the Attorney General, alleging that the moles there are to blame for the loss in the BBI appeal.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. "His government is full of moles. He needs to take a look at his cabinet. It is time to sweep his cabinet clean and also reshuffle his CASs as well as those in the office of the Attorney General," he said in his constituency.

The MP, a member of the KANU party, added that they will be trying to revive the push for changes through the parliament.

The vocal parliamentarian stated that the initiative which was kicked off by Uhuru and ODM leader Raila Odinga cannot be left halfway and must be completed.

"The idea is not over yet, this is a season of change. We will see what we can do in Parliament," he added.

Raila has since announced that they will not be moving to the Supreme Court, even as details indicate that Attorney General Paul Kihara is planning to appeal the ruling.

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