Wiper leaders defend Muthama over hate speech allegations


Wiper leaders have defended Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama over remarks some have deemed defamatory, saying the Constitution guarantees him freedom of speech. The lawmakers claim Muthama spoke about information already in the public domain. Speaking in separate functions National Assembly Speaker and Deputy President William Ruto maintained that leaders must watch what they say.

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