Professor Mutahi Ngunyi has hinted through his official twitter page alleging that president Uhuru Kenyatta's choice to pick Raila Odinga as his preferred Presidential candidate in the August 9 presidential elections will heal the 60 years old wounds between the Luo Nation and the GEMA.
According to him Raila Odinga's choice to make the NARC Kenya party leader Hon Martha Karua his running mate is the best thing going into this year's general elections in the GEMA Nation.
"Uhuru's choice of Baba man will heal the 60-year-old wounds between the Luo Nation and GEMA. Uhuru's choice of Martha honours our GEMA women. Dear Martha, GEMA nation is pregnant with promise".
Do you think that Raila Odinga will beat deputy president William Ruto in Mt Kenya region come August 9 presidential elections after picking Martha Karua as his running mate?
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months who between Raila Odinga and deputy president William Ruto will win Mt Kenya region.
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