ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has hinted through his official twitter page minutes after the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto Launched his 2022 presidential manifesto.
According to him it's easier to believe presidential candidate HE. professor George Wajackoyah than to believe the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto, ahead of this year's presidential election.
"It’s easier to believe a python tried to swallow Wajackoyah than to believe Ruto". Hon. Edwin Sifuna wrote.
Both professor George Wajackoyah and the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto Launched their presidential manifesto today. And a section of Kenyans are alleging that George Wajackoyah might be a spoiler for the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto ahead of this year's presidential elections.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months who between Raila Odinga and William Ruto will succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta come August 9 general elections.
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