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2022 polls issue ropes in PS Karanja Kibicho

A section of opposition leaders has defended Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho against accusations that he is plotting for the downfall of Deputy President William Ruto. Led by Makadara MP George Aladwa, the leaders asked their Jubilee counterparts to stop undermining the PS.

Mr Aladwa claimed the allegations against the PS can only distract the public from political mischief that the leaders allied to Tanga Tanga wing of Jubilee party are engaged in.

 

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The lawmaker said that some leaders claimed that Dr Kibicho had threatened them with dire consequences should they continue backing Dr Ruto.  

"We ask leaders to stop undermining Dr Kibicho for implementing government policies," said Mr Aladwa on Sunday.

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