Popular blogger affiliated to Azimio La Umoja movement vying for Nyando Parliamentary seat on a ODM ticket Robert Alai, has reverted to a tweet made by one Mohammed Wehliye, who despite being a stalwart supporter of Raila Odinga said that he will put his political inclinations aside just to vote for Johnson Sakaja, as Nairobi's next Governor.
Wehliye agreed that Sakaja is a quality candidate who will fix Nairobi properly. Sakaja was impressed by the sentiments and thanked him for the endorsement.
On the other hand, Alai wasn't for it and told Wehliye that he's impresses by mediocrity, referring to Senator Sakaja.
"You are impressed by mediocrity which is well packaged," Alai responded.
Sakaja, according to recent survey statistics conducted in Nairobi, is the most preferred Governor to be, followed by Westlands MP Tim Wanyonyi.
The party in which Sakaja will use to vie for the seat will either be Mudavadi's ANC or Ruto's UDA because of the pact entered on Sunday at Bomas of working together politically, ahead of the August 9th elections.
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