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Governor accused of 'appetite' for young girls, splashy with love messages

Okilipa Xaviour
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ODM MP Gladys Wanga (C) with other leaders a past party event [Source: Lenox Omondi/Facebook]

The ongoing rant between a section of ODM and Jubilee politicians is turning uglier by the day judging by MP Gladys Wanga's latest remarks.

Wanga, while defending Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho from his Nandi counterpart Stephen Sang, has claimed that the youthful governor has a severe appetite for young girls, accusing him of being splashy with love messages.

Governor sang came to the limelight when he hit back at the Mombasa Governor over his recent remarks on the deputy president William Ruto's presidential ambitions.

Sang warned Governor Joho, demanding that he respects the DP or else "they revive the Saitoti report on drug lords in Kenya."

In a televised press briefing, the ODM MP Gladys Wanga in a scathing attack at the Nandi Governor claimed to gave screenshots of the governor's chats with young girls.

"Governor Sang should concentrate on the girls he sends love messages to. We have seen the WhatsApp messages and we pity the people of Nandi for electing a young boy who can't control his hormones," claimed Gladys Wanga. 

She was speaking at a press briefing in Nairobi on Wednesday.

Sang had earlier tackled Joho warning parents against letting their children associate with the ODM leader.

"Joho we want to tell you that, this country is suffering from many challenges and one of the worst challenges facing the country right now, is that we are losing an entire generation of young people into drugs.

"The people who practice the business of selling drugs into this country are known... some of them are been sought by the international agencies to go and answer the charges of drug trafficking," said Governor Sang.

Governor Sang is yet to respond to the allegations by Wanga.


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