Kenyan Political Analyst David Makali has sparked reactions online after hitting out at the Deputy President Dr.William Ruto over the uncontested referendum debate online.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page on Wednesday night, Makali said that Someone tap the DP Ruto and tell him there is nothing like an uncontested referendum and he should stop lying to Kenyans and that Even the current constitution was contested.
Below are Reactions from Netizens on his post.
"DP has alot on his table.. He must let some pass. He has to choose his wars wisely." A comment read.
"Jamaa anaogopa,coz the result might determine the outcome of 2022." A comment read.
"So if applicable it can't start in Kenya, courtesy of Ruto intellect, or according to you we must always recycle old, useless and tired ideas from the West, like automatic YES and NO referenda?" A comment read.
"I think he is only implying that he will not be in any contest before 2022. Let mwananchi decide." A comment read.
"It will be contested, but not leading the NO campaign, kwani lazima awe mbele ya no?" A comment read.
"Anadanganya Raia Na wanabuy hiyo story saaad......" a comment read.
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