This is what Wiper’s NYENZE said after endorsing UHURU just two days ago - KAMBAs are chameleons!

[Daily Post] - 13/06/2017

Tuesday June 13, 2017 - Leader of Minority in Parliament, Francis Nyenze, has denied ditching Wiper Party after publicly supporting Jubilee Party leader, Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election in August. During a youth rally in Kitui West Constituency last Friday, Nyenze who is the area MP, asked youths (...)


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