With clock running down to the much anticipated 2022, August 9 General Elections, and political temperature continues to gradually gather momentum, United Democratic Alliance(UDA) Chairman Johnson Nduya Muthama has breath fire about Raila Odinga Presidency, claiming, state cannot dictate who should be voted in as next President.
Responding to 30 Governor's meeting with Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila at Naivasha on Monday, January 17, where they all vow to back Azimio la Umoja movement in August's elections.
Muthama has dismissed influence the governors will add to Raila's bid. According to the DP Ruto ardent supporter, majority of the governors who graced Raila's presidency are in their last terms and are looking for relevance and others in alleged corruption cases to avoid prosecution.
To the submission, Muthama believes Deputy President William Ruto will defeat Raila Odinga to clinch the presidency amid claim, Raila is chosen by few and Ruto endorsed by mammoth hustlers from all over.
"Majority of the governors who autographed Raila Odinga's Presidency are in their last terms and are looking for relevance. The rest are people with criminal cases and fraud looking for sanitation to avoid prosecution and conviction. The choice of few greedy governors should not be confused with that of Kenyans. They cannot dictate to us who we should vote in as the next president." Muthama said.
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