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Cherargei to Raila: Continue taking your gifts to magicians

Dominic Keino
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Nandi Senator Samson Cheragei speaking in Kapsabet on March 4, 2019. [Source/Facebook/Wakili Kiprotich Cherargei]

War of words between ODM leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto and their allies sparked by a car gift the DP gave to a Catholic Bishop seems to be far from over.

Nandi Senator Samson Cheragei is now asking the NASA chief to continue with his business of consulting magicians.

The youthful legislator is even asking Raila to take gifts to the magicians.

Speaking at a function in Kapsabet Bible College on Sunday where Bishop Patrice Chumba of African Inland Church (AIC) was installed as the Bishop of Kapsabet region, Cherargei further dismissed claims by Raila that a car DP Ruto donated to newly installed arch-bishop of Catholic Diocese of Kisumu, Philip Anyolo had been rejected on orders of Pope Francis.

"Odinga dwells on issues associated with darkness and should not be deluded that everyone operates the way he (Raila) does," said Cherargei, a close ally of DP Ruto.

He also denied allegations that the car was purchased from corruption proceeds reiterating that, the president and his deputy together with a host of Jubilee MPs had initiated a financial kitty towards the same purpose. 

The vocal Jubilee Senator also accused Raila of fighting donations to the church, adding that the former premier needs to change the mentality that, every gift given out was bought fraudulently.

"A car was given to his Lordship Philip Anyolo of Kisumu diocese. It was jointly purchased by the president, his deputy and some MPs and donated at daytime. I want to tell that witch (Raila) to continue donating his gifts to magicians at night," noted Cherargei.

"Let him do his things at night with magicians, while we continue serving God," he added.


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