President Uhuru Risks Being Chased Out Of State House For Turning It Into ‘Lodging’! He Does This Openly! This Is Unacceptable…

“State House is not Uhuru’s property or lodging. It is a public office meant to serve all Kenyans and not Jubilee alone,” said Wandayi.

The Opposition was backed by Constitution experts led by Bobby Mkangi, who said the President could be penalized for holding Jubilee rallies at State House.

He compared Uhuru’s habit to public officers using GK vehicles on private businesses, something he said is outlawed.

“For Uhuru to hold Jubilee meetings in State House is not different with public officers using GK vehicles for private functions. This is contrary to Chapter Six of the Constitution which prohibits the use of State resources for private gains,” said Mkangi.

The Opposition was reacting to Tuesday’s meeting of Jubilee politicians which was hosted at State House by President Uhuru Kenyatta.