Former Mukurueni constituency member of parliament Hon. Kabando Wa Kabando has reacted on the huge crowds being pulled by top politicians including Raila Odinga of the Orange Democratic Movement party and deputy president William Ruto both who have declared interest in succeeding president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The vocal politician has stated that the huge crowds do not mean that the politicians are popular as many have been arguing. He claimed that they indicate that Kenya's economy is in ICU, joblessness, and despair.
He noted that the politician who will come up with solutions towards the issues will emerge the winner in the forthcoming general elections
"These huge ad hoc market public political rallies are indicative not of popularity of politicians but of Economy in ICU- joblessness, despair. We're living a time bomb. Whoever gives detailed plan to disassociate from and end graft will be the difference." Kabando posted on his Twitter handle.
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