Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi is at it again, this time revealing the secret card Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Hon Raila Odinga could play that could hand him the presidency on a silver plate.
The outspoken political analyst is known for his opinions on matters of politics and gained fame with the "Tyranny of Numbers" slogan that gained headlines in the run-up to the 2013 general election.
And now to Mutahi Ngunyi, the ODM leader would not have to work very hard if he appoints former outspoken legislator Martha Karua as his running mate as this will ensure he cruise to the top seat in the land.
"At this RATE, Raila will have to WORK very hard NOT to become President. Especially if he runs with 'happy birthday' Martha Karua. This #rarua TICKET is the ONE. Think ABOUT it!" He tweeted.
This comes after a section of Mt.Kenya region leaders led by Gatundu North MP Hon Moses Kuria and The Service Party (TSP) leader Mwangi Kiunjuri unanimously appointed the Narc Kenya leader as the interim spokesman of the region ahead of 2022.
"We have chosen Martha Karua to be our official convener and our spokesperson,” said Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria.
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