MPs like Kanini Kega and Ngunjiri Wambugu have been working with Raila Odinga in a bid that has given hopes to the former Prime Minister that he is winning over the support from the Mt Kenya region.
However, according to Jubilee party secretary general Rafael Tuju, the Mt Kenya MPs are set to ditch Raila Odinga in the 11th hour as he is not aware of the plans they have got for 2022 Presidency.
"If you think that MPs from the scropy Mountain are helping Raila Odinga gain popularity and clinch power, I am actually very Sorry to state that those guys are being used to turn the Political cornation months to the Elections. I wish Raila Odinga knows what is in the Big Basket, and it is not actually passion but altinum Guavas.
By now he will not see how the game is being played. But nearer to the General Elections, is when he will get Surprised." Raphael Tuju stated.
This comes a major worry to the Orange Democratic Movement party camp which must make them rethink twice on what to do next to come out on top in the General elections.
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