It is true that the Kenyan politics is now becoming much hotter than before more so for the presidency race ahead of the august elections.The two top presidential aspirants honourable William Ruto and former prime minister honourable Raila Amollo Odinga have been in the fore front to ensure that they cling to power after the august elections and succeed the outgoing president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Today popular and famous lawyer Ahmednasir has been a famous lawyer in the country.It is now evident that that possibilities of Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party to form the next government.
Today Ahmednasir has said that it is now much alarming on how the Raila's backyard has been much slippery to Raila's presidency bid claiming that ground has shifted in favour of deputy president William Ruto.
It is now high time the Kenyan politicians to ensure that they keep off the use of inciting words that can trigger violence in the country.
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