Uhuru ordered to stop using wembe ni ule ule
This is after President Kenyatta and his Jubilee party started using razor-blade shaped placards and the phrase wembe ni ule ule in their political rallies.
Miguna cautioned Kenyatta against waving the razor blade placard noting: "An election isn't a CIRCUMCISION ceremony".
"Desist from dangling RAZOR BLADES at Kenyans," he said.
Jubilee party took advantage of the phrase and used it to warn NASA that Mr Kenyatta and DP Ruto will defeat them the same way they did in 2013 General Election.
After Supreme Court Ruling nullifying presidential results and directing a fresh election, Mr. Kenyatta’s campaign team revamped the use of wembe ni ule ule phrase.
This they said highlighting that they had won the nullified election and would still emerge victorious in the fresh election.
A song titled wembe ni ule ule was even released by Gospel artist Ben Githae to popularise the phrase widely.
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