Mutula Kilonzo Junior’s Embarrassing Gesture Shocks Raila

Mutula Kilonzo Junior's Embarrassing Gesture Shocks Raila

Mutula Kilonzo Junior’s embarrassing gesture at the 7th devolution conference in Makueni is the talk of the day.

The junior senator did so in front of dignitaries and important guests, including the former prime minister Raila Odinga.

The organizers of the conference invited him to speak at the meeting in his capacity as the senator of the host county.

The junior senator finished his speech and went for his speech, causing confusion in the meeting who was the next speaker.

They expected him to invite governor Kivutha Kibwana after concluding his speech as protocol demands.

Politics played in his mind, but that was embarrassing from the young politician.

Robert Alai is among the Kenyans that have called the senator for his behavior.

“We expect Mutula Kilonzo Junior To Join UDA politics, Local politics are at stake in a major national event.

Sen. Makueni @SenMutula on the podium to speak to the delegates and guests.

He is expected to call Governor of Makueni @governorkibwana to speak at the end of his speech, but finishes his speech and return to his seat.”

Mutula Kilonzo is looking to succeed governor Kivutha Kibwana as the second governor of Makueni county.

Professor Kivutha Kibwana has done a commendable job at the county and whoever succeeds him has big shoes to fill.

Mutula Kilonzo junior is an ally of the former vice president and OKA principle Kalonzo Musyoka. Professor Kivutha Kibwana does no longer subscribe to Wiper party.

He has his own party and has declared his support to Raila Odinga. Kalonzo Musyoka has vowed never to support Raila Odinga again.


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