-David Murathe argued that albinism should be viewed as any other skin complexion and not disability
- Murathe added that they were going to revisit the definition of persons living with disabilities to exclude albinism
- The Albinism Society of Kenya called out the politician insisting his utterances were in bad taste and uncalled for
Jubilee vice-chairman David Murathe is on the spot after claiming Albinism was not a disability while mocking nominated senator Isaac Mwaura.
Weighing in on the matter, the Albinism Society of Kenya called out the politician insisting his utterances were in bad taste and uncalled for.
Murathe made the perceived insensitive sentiments on Thursday, May 20, during an interview on KTN's Crossfire show where he insisted that having a skin pigment should be viewed as any other complexion and not as a disability. by Jackson Otukho, Tuko News