The race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta continues to boil up the political temperature in the country.various leaders have shown interest in assuming the top office in the land, However the battle is seen to be a two hoarse race between the deputy president William Ruto and the Orange democratic Movement party leader Raila Amollo Odinga.The two have been moving around the country organizing various campaign rallies to convince Kenyans to support their political bid.
This has seen one of Ruto's ally making a statement that has sparkled alot of reactions online.Boni Khalwale stated that the betrayal of Jimi Wanjigi by Raila does not come as a surprise to many Kenyans who recall how he betrayed his own father Jaramogi Odinga in FORD.
Khalwale's sentiments attracted the attention of many Kenyans online who came out to protect Raila.A section of Kenyans told off Boni that he should stop blaming Raila since the Former premier does not hold any office in the government.Others also told him that they should desist from blaming Raila in anything that happens in the country.Below are some of the reactions by Kenyans.
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