KTN’s Akisa Wandera found herself roped in the murky and chaotic wars of the United Democratic Alliance, UDA, and the One Kenya Alliance, OKA, after the outspoken Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro sensationally claimed that she was complicit in an elaborate scheme involving Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala, to blindside him.
Speaking yesterday during KTN’s weekly political show Crossfire which is usually hosted by Sophia Wanuna, but was yesterday hosted by Akisa Wandera, after coming under attack from a hail of accusations by the One Kenya Alliance members who were present, Nyoro claimed a conspiracy.
Turning his guns on Akisa, he wondered why and how on the panel he was the only member of UDA which leans towards the deputy president, and yet the remaining panelists were all members of groups that are opposed to the DP. Sensing ill motive on the move, the Kiharu legislator read malice.
Others on the panel were Kitui Senator who is a member of the Wiper Democratic Movement party Enoch Wambua, Adan Keynan who is MP for Eldas and a member of the ruling party Jubilee, and Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala, who is a member of the Amani National Congress party.
The spectacular exchange had been occasioned by a claim from Cleophas Malala and Enoch Wambua who mocked Ndindi Nyoro for his criticism of the Jubilee government’s policies, and the president too. They wondered how and where he found the audacity to say such, when DP Ruto is, and has been the second highest ranking official of the administration.
Ndindi, in response, accused the two of pretense, claiming that they were behaving as if they were new in Kenya and didn’t know that the DP was DP only in name, but otherwise, had, for all intents and purposes, been sidelined.
He even added that this year alone, the trips that their party leaders had to taken to State House, and other State Lodges across the country, was more than the DP’s.
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