This is what Itumbi Posted on Twitter,
"Eeeeh Hon. @MusaliaMudavadi ati a Majority of Kenyans grew up on Cerelac? Alaaa. Ati that is helping you mobilize? Yenyewe you guys are sincerely #cerelaccoalition - That answer confirms it beyond a doubt... https://t.co/vFaexL0jqk."
According to Itumbi, it's a problem to pronounce and spell the word Cerelac,he requested fans to assist them with a logo so that the new kid can grow.
"To pronunce and spell it is a problem too... but well....the #CerelacCoalition is mobilizing using Cerelac. Let us assist them wirh a logo and slogan."Cerelac Coalition.Let the Kids grow!"Ama namna gani? May the Political kids grow."
A fan replied saying,"Depends on which side of the divide you wish to stand, some see billionaire's coming together to help where they can you see billionaire's lying to hustlers, what matters is them helping and changing people's lives. Period."
Another fan replied saying,"Let "them" unite and deliver the votes to a "serious" candidate. One who is likely to win an election and is serious on being president. Mambo ya kukuwa handed over power iliisha na Njuri Ncheke."
Another fan replied saying,"Huyu ata sisi tulimkataa he is very lazy. He even wants others to think for him. He is also surrounded by the worst advisors. They just let him lazy around like a broiler chicken. Gidi is better."
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