Ahead of August Polls Presidential Candidates are on run to choose they prefer running mate that will make them gain more votes.So far none of the aspirants have publicly declare their deputies.The fact is that they are still weighing down trying to figure out and comparing the most influential among their choices.
Amid this, the Kenyan lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC has emerged with powerful claims concerning the President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga handshake.He alleged that the Orange Democratic Movement party leader will be eaten alive if President Uhuru Kenyatta allows 2022 presidential elections to be a referendum.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC tweeted "H.E UHURU should NEVER ALLOW 2022 Presidential election to be a REFERENDUM on his tenure.NEVER or Hon Raila will eaten alive!"
According to him he believes that the president has the power and authority to prevent the upcoming presidential election to make the next step upto referendum.Kindly share like and comment.
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