Azimio leader Raila Odinga has accused president William Ruto of planning to rig the presidential 2027 election. However, COTU boss Francis Atwoli has said that after Ruto beat the Uhuru-led Azimio team, he doesn't see anything that will prevent Ruto from winning. Another Azimio legislator has echoed Atwoli's sentiments.
Mavoko member of parliament, Patrick Makau, has come out to say that the way things are going, it is only God who can stop Ruto from winning in the 2027 election. Makau alluded that president Ruto's second term is almost automatic.
The Wiper party MP said that the president has started on a very high note, and there is a possibility of leaders across the region joining him before the 2027 election.
"Speaking the truth, we were on another side during the 2022 election. But the way things are moving, vitu vichenjanga. You have started on a very high note and only God will stop you," alluded the lawmaker.
"I can't believe that this mega project will be happening here in Mavoko. We only require a few more projects. We need Mavoko to be a sub county. You have also seen the status of our roads. Add us some more kilometers during this tenure because your second term is almost automatic," added the Azimio MP.
The legislator was speaking on Wednesday during the ground breaking ceremony of the affordable housing project at Mavoko constituency in Machakos county. President William Ruto and Governor Wavinya Ndeti were in attendance.
MP Patrick Makau
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