Nation Media group newspaper had a very interesting article on the dailies today. According to the paper, the president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party Leader, Raila Odinga are planning to form a coalition ahead of the 2022 General elections.
This comes despite the fact that Uhuru had at one point announced that he will be supporting William Ruto in his 2022 bid. However, after the handshake, there was a change of plan to turn against the Deputy President.
The editorial cartoon of the day, showed how the president turned his back to the Deputy President in favor of the NASA coalition.
The cartoon attracted a number of mixed feelings from netizens. Here are some of comments.
Ahmed said, "Uhuru's race is almost over. Whoever takes that stick will be going home with him. Every season, even Olympics starts afresh."
In your opinion, whom do you think should be given the barton? Raila, Kalonzo, Mudavadi or Wetangula? Write to us on the comment section below.
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