The 2022 General Elections that are drawing nearer are causing heated debates in the country. The formation of coalitions and alliances is being witnessed as the race takes shape. The turbulent political landscape has now left many Kenyans hopeless on how the 2022 politics will look like.
Recently, the Narok Senator, Ledama Olekina has emerged with a bold message to Kenyans. In his message he claimed that he sees a hare and a tortoise in the 2022 race. He added that the hare is getting tired while the Tortoise is gaining momentum and popularity. He told Kenyans that he can tell them for free that the tortoise will be victorious in the end. However, the big question is he drawing a clear line between Raila and Ruto? Is Raila the tortoise or the hare?
His 2022 remarks have raised eyebrows among Kenyans. Some Kenyans rebuked him by saying that he is lying to himself and the Maa community is moving to UDA. Irritated Kenyans also told him that he can never understand the sufferings of Kenyans as his children are living in the US. Another group told him that his should swallow his pride and he must know that pride comes before a fall.
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