Khalwale Shares Happy Moment With Wives Of Hate Speech Suspects

Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale had a good time with the wives of hate speech suspects while their husbands were in the Milimani Law Court cells awaiting the determination on their bail application.

The politician decided to capture the moment in pictures. He, through his Twitter handle, shared some selfies he took with the wives of Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama, Kitutu MasabaMP Timothy Bosire and Suna East MP Junet Mohamed.

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The pictures show that they were utterly thrilled for some unknown reasons. The pictures were captioned:

“Now in court with the wives of the accused: Mrs Bosire, Mrs Junet, Mrs Muthama. Aluta continua”

Here Are The Photos He Shared On His Twitter Account: 

Khalwale takes pictures with Wives of Hate Speech Suspects

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Earlier on Friday, the Kakamega Senator was lauded after offering assistance to BahatiMP Kimani Ngunjiri who nearly fainted in the dock.

Khalwale rushed to lend a helping hand. He removed Ngunjiri’s coat as the proceedings were temporarily halted to allow the Bahati MP get some fresh air outside.

What amazed people was that Khalwale, who is a CORD member, was very readily available to lend a helping hand to a sick colleague in the rival Jubilee coalition.

CORD leader Raila Odinga on the other hand said he has forgiven Moses Kuria minutes after all the hate speech suspects were granted bail.

Speaking at AIC Milimani during the requiem service for late Ngala Mwendwa on Friday, Cord leader said he is convinced that the politician did not mean the alleged assassination remarks where he called for his killing.

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Though forgiveness and reconciliation are probably among the most challenging steps to take especially when someone has crossed your line or has been an enemy for a long time, the leaders no doubt left some good impressions.

They have shown that loosening the grip of past grievances can have worthy benefits for parties involved.