Kabogo comes to Waititu’s rescue

Waititu was trolled after calling for "rivers to be moved"

Waititu attracted the wrath of Kenyans on social media after suggesting that the river should be moved rather than demolishing houses built on riparian land.

“Give the guy a break. He only aired his opinion. However great or otherwise,” Kabogo tweeted.

On the same issue of the ongoing demolitions, the former Kiambu Governor has called on the government to avoid buying Integrity Center, which houses the EACC, claiming it is also built on a wet land.

“Government should not buy integrity center building. It stands on wet land. Again why pay 1.5B for something bought two years ago for Ksh 450m. This was a deal done by NLC Sema (say) corruption in best… Btw they drain water from underground 24/7,” Kabogo stated.

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