John Mbadi The Minority Leader-Member of Parliament Booed At Mp Dori’s Burial Over Ruto Remarks.

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John Mbadi had said that the Office of the Deputy President is hosting criminals.

National Assembly Minority Leader John Mbadi was booed by a section of leaders and mourners when he tried to accuse the Office of Deputy President of corruption and several other criminality acts.

John Mbadi had said that Deputy President William Ruto’s office is hosting criminals. “It’s such shame for the second-highest position in Kenya to hide criminals,” he said.

The Suba South MP John Mbadi said that the office is entitled to be served with dignity and honor as per the Constitution. On hearing the remarks, a section of the leaders ordered him to stop as the crowd booed.

Mourners carry the remains of former Msambweni MP the late Suleiman Dori who succumbed to leukemia on Monday, March 9, 2020. John Mbadi

Vanga MCA Yusuph Mbwana had proceeded to physically stop John Mbadi but the other leaders intervened.

Mbwana said the MP was disrespecting Dori’s family. “We are here to bury our friend not condemning each other, ” he said.

Governor Salim Mvurya said burial areas were not conducive places for politics. He condemned the act and advised his colleagues to practice politics at another time.

“We have come for burial then let’s concentrate on it,” said Mvurya. His Kilifi counterpart Amason Kingi also warned leaders against practicing politics.

He said Dori and his family had a right to be respected.

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