As the countdown to August 9, 2022 general elections continues with all eyes to presidency, Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika on Tuesday, January 18, posted a comparison remark between Deputy President William Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga presidential bid, citing Kenyans to mixed political reactions.
Through her twitter page, the UDA associate shared a track record between Raila, Ruto on presidency, claiming the second in command stands a better chance to succeed outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta compared to the Azimio la Umoja flag bearer.
"Hata Kama ni wewe bet utawekelea wapi? It is not rocket science." Senator Kihika wrote.
To her submission, Senator Kihika believes, having lost in previous presidential contests, Raila Odinga is likely to lose to fifth time to UDA's William Ruto.
However, contrary to her thought, Kenyans to their twitter post prefers Raila's presidency to DP Ruto with other interested aspirants includes Musalia Mudavadi of ANC, Wipers Kalonzo Musyoka just but a few.
Hassan: Afadhali Raila. I don't care won or lost in the previous elections. It is not who will win or lose but who is better and can take Kenya forward.
Ismaili: Please compare Apples with apples. Was there a time when they were both Presidential candidate and Raila lost and Ruto won?
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