Political analyst Professor Herman Manyora had made a recent tweet urging Kenyans to engage in a conversation of postponing the 2022 general elections because the country has two major challenges to handle.
"To those who desire elections so much, I am dismayed. I am for caution. For instance, look at IEBC, the economic situation, rising cases of Covid-19 and the TOXIC political environment. How if all these factors precipitate a crisis that hands Uhuru a free hand to rule past 2022?" Tweeted Manyora.
Blogger Dennis Itumbi reacted on the above tweeted by saying that Herman Manyora should tell whoever sent him that there will be an election come 2022 and there is no discussion about that.
Dennis Itumbi's reaction did not sink well to prof Manyora and in exchange he responded furiously to Dennis that he (Itumbi) should be steady and firm in one political stand and should not pretend to be perfect.Herman Manyora. Photo courtesy
Below is the Twitter threads between the two
Dennis Itumbi. Photo courtesy
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