The 2022 contest for the Presidency is on and it is fast gaining momentum as various candidates continue mobilizing Kenyans to support their bids.
As Presient Uhuru Kenyatta will be leaving office in 2022, various leaders have expressed their interest in succeeding him when his tenure expires.
Some of the leaders who have joined the race to State House are Deputy President William Ruto, Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi, Dr Alfred Mutua, Businessman Jimi Wanjigi among others.
Posters of Jimi Wanjigi's Presidential Bid have surfaced online sparking a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have penned various reactions from Kenyans online.
The posters have raised speculations of whether something is cooking in Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) between the party leader Raila Odinga and the Businessman Jimi Wanjigi.
Some have speculated that Raila may endorse Jimi Wanjigi due to his support for Raila in 2017 and his continued support to the Orange party, a move that may see Raila withdraw his bid.
Below are some of the reactions of the netizens to the posters of Jimi Wanjigi's 2022 presiential bid;
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