Kenyans are eagerly waiting for a heated political debate that is anticipated to happen between ODM party chairman John Mbadi who is Raila's Pointman from ODM's side and Elgeiyo Marakwet Senator Hon Kipchumba Murkomen who is DP Ruto's Ally from the tanga tanga camp.
As Kenyans will be glued to their TV screens tonight, the following contentious issues are expected to be addressed by the two political heavyweights from the Rivaling political factions.
1. Mbadi is expected to address the progress of the Building Bridges Initiative constitutional amendment Bill as Murkomen is expected to shed light on DP Ruto's stand on the same. Questions on whether the June referendum is tenable or not might also be answered.
2. The two are expected to comment on the coronavirus pandemic situation in the country and state whether the government is doing enough to contain its spread. They are also expected to address the strict containment measures that the president announced last month.
3. Another worrying issue Waihiga Mwaura might require the two to address is Kenya's ballooning foreign debt and the IMF question.
4. Lastly the Mbadi and Murkomen will have to comment on the current political landscape in the country as well as to address the rumoured Raila-Ruto Alliance.
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