Raila Odinga has today suffered another huge blow after another Mt Kenya region governor attender Deputy President William Ruto's meeting in Karen today. After Raila Odinga had been endorsed by over 30 sitting governors, epically from Mt Kenya region another governor attended his opponents meetings raising concerns from Kenyans.
According to viral pictures shared on line from the said meeting that was held at the deputy president William Ruto's home in karen, Nyeri governor hon Mutahi Kahiga was seen in company of other members of UDA making their way to the meeting. Other leaders present were, mps, Ndidi nyoro, Muhammed Ali, Rigathi Gachagua, Didymus Barasa, Waluke, Alice Wahome among other leaders.
Hon Raila Odinga today may have lost this powerful man to UDA after he also snubbed his meeting in Thika even if he had earlier graced his rally in Nyeri county. If Mutahi Kahiga is really going to shift to UDA, this will come as a huge win for dp ruto. Whats your view on this?
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