An online discussion emerged among Kenyans on twitter moments after the Baringo senator Hon Gideon Moi posted a photo he had with the former prime minister Rt Hon Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta's brother Muhoho Kenyatta. The latter were said to have had a meeting at Raila's Karen residence where the had gone to check on the ODM party leader who had just recovered from Covid-19.
According to many political commentators, the KANU party leader may be working on a pact with Raila Odinga and would eventually quit the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) commonly referred to as the Cerelac coalition. David Ndii in a tweet suggested that the senator might have seen no bright future with the OKA formation and was seeking more lively deals.
Another thing that captured the attention of kenyans was the introduction of Muhoho Kenyatta into the kenyan politics. According to most of the tweeps, president Kenyatta must be working on a formation that will see his brother continue with the power flow of their family in the nation.
Former Mukurweini MP Kabando wa Kabando.
One thing however caught the eyes of the former Mukurweini member of parliament Hon Kabando wa Kabando about this photo by Gideon Moi. According to the MP, it was only Moi that posted the photo on his social media account. The former prime minister did not post the photo or say anything about it, something which is strange according to Kabando.
Below are some of the reactions from kenyans:
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