A Tangatanga affiliate Rigathi gachagua who used to say that Raila wouldn't attract crowds in central region has changed the tone, He is now telling people that crowds for Baba aren't votes but for Dp Ruto are votes.
Rigathi Gachagua's speech has raised many reactions to the ODM and Baba supporters in general. Quoting a tweet from Abuga Makori EGH,MBE (@abuga_makori), "Honourable Rigathi Gachagua will soon change the tune, The confusion in Tangatanga is on another level.Things are steadily changing.Raila has changed the matrix in just one week. These guys might desert DP Ruto in just one week."
As we all know our Kenyan Politicians behavior, this might come to happen, they only move to where they are fed or where they see benefits to their needs.
The tension that the Tangatanga affiliates are going through just came from Raila's tours in mount Kenya and the meetings with the regions tycoons.
Let's see what will happen next as much as politics is concerned. Let me know your views about this reactions via comments.
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