Mutahi Ngunyi who is among top professors in Kenya and one of Azimio LA umoja allies today tweeted on his twitter page that I think Jimmy Orengo should run for President in 2027. He has the Jaluo Panache. I like this guy. And Ruto has shown us that impossible is nothing.
Sam tweeted, "Prof, you hyped, enticed and mesmerized BABA that he was unbwogable but he failed. Now you’ve jumped to Jimmy Orengo. Im sure he knows you’re a political joker. Good luck though!"
James tweeted, "He should retire with Baba with immediate effect. I am Luo and will support a younger Luo leader. That generation of Luo leaders have failed to deliver for their people. FYI i didn't vote becoz of Baba, i hope to vote Babu or a younger leader in future."
Eng tweeted, "He tried in 2002; how did they treat him? Raila is the common denominator to all these and i fail to understand how he managed to convince the luo people that its only him or none; Prof @MutahiNgunyi kindly do a well researched paper on this n let us watch it on fort hall tv."
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