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It is disturbing - Babu Owino shames fellow MPs

Babu Owino Speaks out with a powerful statement

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Babu has expressed his frustrations, in what he termed as MPs’ being compromised no to tell the truth at a time when all Kenyans depended on them.

“Shame on MPs who received 10K bribe to save cabinet secretaries whose names came up in the mercury laced sugar report. It is disturbing that some legislatures are shielding sugar barons who are keen on stopping destruction of the aforementioned poisonous sugar. We must never play politics and opt for handouts at the expense of helpless Kenyans who entirely depend on us to protect them from these evil business people whose main and only concern is profits and not lives of our people. These sugar barons are worse than terrorists and we MPs must never be their accomplices.” Shared Babu Owino.

Mr. Owino added that Mp’s should avoid playing politics and taking bribes at the expense of helpless Kenyans who entirely depend on them to protect them from evil business people whose only concern is profits.

“We must never play politics &opt for handouts at the expense of helpless Kenyans who entirely depend on us to protect them from these evil business people whose main and only concern is profits. These sugar barons are worse than terrorists & we MPs must never be their accomplices” added Babu Owino

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