Political Analyst Edward Waswa Kisiang'ani has elicited a mixed reactions online after asking president Uhuru Kenyatta to come out clear and tell kenyans the truth. in the video Uhuru can be heard attacking Raila Odinga calling him mtu w kitendawili. He adds that the figures and statistics that the president reffers to are still available any that they can't change.Kisiang'ani has been a very close ally to DP William Ruto and a serious critic to Raila Odinga who feels that president Kenyatta need to support his deputy bas he promised.
He alleged that Raila Odinga has nothing much to offer to kenyans and ask president Uhuru Kenyatta to be very clear to kenyans on the same issue. Both Ruto and Uhuru were attacking Raila Odinga terming him as an enemy of development during their term and now Kisiang'ani are wondering what has changed to Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kenyatta decided to back Raila Odinga after they parted with his deputy after the famous handshake in 2018 with Raila Odinga. DP William Ruto failed to support the move claiming that the Odinga will ruin jubilee.
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