The 2022 politics is currently hot and the nightmare for both main competitors is to choose or pick their running mates. Raila Odinga is poised to pick a running mate from mount kenya, some are suggesting Mutahi Kagwe, Peter Keneth, Martha Karua, and Peter Munya. But politocal anaysts say that if Raila picks a running mate from mount Kenya then he is doomed to fail having in mind that William Ruto's influence in the region is massive.
Yesterday, Junet Mohammed qas given a chance to speak in a meeting that was attended by Raila Odinga, Fred Matiangi, and Mutahi Kagwe. However, insiders confirmed that he spoke in a way that made Mutahi Kagwe unconfortable especially when he said that when Raila Odinga will become president the Nyanza region is the one going to rule and not mount Kenya. He said mount Kenya will just be visotors in Raila's government.
Netizens reactwd to his allegged statements saying that they were uncalled for. Below arw some of their reactions.
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