Muranga County Member of Parliament Hon Irungu Kanata has now regretted that however much they tried to warn President Uhuru Kenyatta against supporting the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga's 2022 Presidential Bid, the head of state went on to crack the whip on them only for the embarrassment be witnessed in today's 2022 Presidential General election.
Taking to his twitter account handle days after he likened Uhuru's decision to support Raila's 2022 Presidential Bid with selling pork in a mosque, the veteran Mt Kenya MP has shared a copy of form 34A showing Ruto leading with 116 in a polling station in Gatanga, bedroom of Peter Kenneth.
"President Uhuru underestimated Kikuyus anger against his government; his treachery against Ruto; economic mismanagement and general mistreatment of the region. In good faith , we warned him but he ignored counsel. Ruto is now cruising 80% in Central, contrary to fake polls," Kangata Said in Twitter.
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