With less than an year to the much awaited 2022 polls, Kenyans have weight in much of their focus in monitoring every single move that's been made in Kenya's political arena.
In that context, Sunday Nation Newspaper left Kenyans in mixed reactions on Sunday 28th following their headline over Deputy President William Ruto and opposition Leader, Raila Odinga. Below is the photo of the newspaper;
(Photo Courtesy/Sunday Nation's Newspaper)
According to the headline, fear, anger and protest has rocked DP Ruto's camp; a fact that had been affirmed after the Party penned down two protest letters in less than a month.
The headline which comes at a time Deputy President William Ruto and RT Raila Odinga have been exchanging bitter words ahead of 2022 race, illicited reactions of different kinds from Kenyans including the following below;
@Jb Kapilo~ " How can a liken Dp Ruto to Raila? This is an insult to United Democratic Alliance".
What is your opinion over this matter taking into consideration the clock is ticking hence leaving Kenya with few months to 2022 polls?
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