The conversation that has been hiring our media is all about the 2022 politics. Political bigwigs are differing on crucial issues that affect the common mwananchi. The blame game is on its high point especially between Dp Ruto, Jubilee government and Raila brigade.
Today, on TV 47, embakasi north Mp James Gakuya who is Ruto's aide and Solomon Kuria who is Uhuru's Allie have critically differed on the 2022 election.
According to Gakuya, Raila should backtrack from Uhuru. "If Raila thinks Uhuru is taking him anywhere, he will fail drastically." He said.
His counterpart Solomon Kuria differed with Gakuya's statement. According to him, Raila will win with or without deep state.
"If elections were held today, Raila would win with or without deep state. This is because Raila has never had a conversation with Mt Kenya Region." Kuria said
The presidential race is speculated to be hotly contested between Dp Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi, Jimmy Wanjigi and Raila Odinga.
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