Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi, an ardent supporter of President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, has broken silence after the former prime minister held successful rallies in the Mount Kenya region.
The vocal analyst who is a great critic of Ruto has claimed that all the efforts the deputy president William Ruto made to make inroads into the mount Kenya region have been washed away following Raila's successful tour of the vote rich region.
He likened Ruto's effort to having a clay feet which have been suddenly washed away by the Orange Democratic Movement party leader's shower. Ngunyi further claimed that Ruto had been number one in the region because he had no competitor and now that Raila has began the campaigns, he has been affected significantly. He has maintained that the ground will show the truth at the right time.
Raila's tour of the Mount Kenya region has received praises considering that the region has been always perceived to be against him.
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