Jubilee Majority leader Aden Duale has been sending emissaries to former immigration minister Otieno Kajwang’ who threatened to take him to court over reckless allegations he made on Kajwang’.
Daule claimed Kajwang had been sent M-Pesa money and others wired through his bank accounts to facilitate illegal acquisition of Kenyan ID Cards, Passports and Work Permits to foreigners.
Kajwang’ hit back, telling Duale to publish the names and documents of transactions to prove his allegations or they meet in court.
To Kajwang’, Jubilee leaders are engaged in an idiotic propaganda and witch-hunt to make them appear to be working while in real sense nothing is going on in government worth writing home about.
“If he doesn’t [publish the transactions] within three days, we shall meet in court. We can’t allow people to make reckless statements,” warned Kajwang’.
Kajwang’ responded swiftly and starkly, unlike the soft and polished senior counsel James Orengo, who let Jubilee pinheads make a mockery of his hard earned name and reputation in the struggle for good governance.
Kajwang’s response has now forced Duale to ‘tone down’, even sending emissaries to the Homa Bay Senator as court beckons.