“Denounce handshake, BBI if you want to criticise the gov’t” Senator Ledama told

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Nandi senator Samson Cherargei has challenged his Narok counterpart Ledama Ole Kina to denounce the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and the handshake, if he wants to ctiticise the government.

The Deputy President Dr William Ruto allied legislator was reacting to senator Ledama’s earlier statement where he had accused the present government of massive involvement in corruption and nepotism.

His sentiments caught the eye of senator Cherargei who ridiculed the senator for his remarks about a government in which he was part of courtesy of the famous handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga.

He challenged the ODM senator to come forward and denounce BBI and handshake, if indeed he was serious with his alleged revolution against dictatorship kind of leadership.

The senator further wished Ledama well in his new journey of criticizing the government, informing him that it will not be a walk in the park.

“@ledamalekina are you the one tweeting or some form the alien world; denounce BBI & handshake first its source of the entire charade .Wish you well ndugu on your new sojourn mostly likely it shall be lonely (sic),” Senator Cherargei replied to Ledama.

The Narok county legislator had claimed the country was headed to dark days of 80’s where former president Daniel Arap Moi ruled with an iron fist, further calling upon Kenyans to rise up and fight the increasing cases of injustices in the country.

“Kenya is slowly returning to the dark days of the 80s. Companies being formed using executive orders and relatives being appointed to ran them! The only way to save Kenya is to get pissed off and to say enough! #MafiaCountry,” Senator Ledama earlier said.

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