Following his narrative of criticism against them, Kimilili member of parliament and ardent Kenya Kwanza caucus supporter Hon Didmus Barasaa is undoubtedly one of the most scathing critics of the Azimio la Umoja one group.
Didmus Barassa said that Kalonzo is like a loser since he wants to be president at 79 years old, a decade from now, as he is now required to wait for his boss Raila Odinga, who was retiring from politics this year, to take his sixth shot at the presidency before 2027, in a post that did not sit well with Kenyans.
Didmus Barassa defended his position by pointing out that Mwai Kibaki, Uhuru Kenyatta, Daniel Moi, Jomo Kenyatta, and William Ruto all won the presidency between the ages of 50 and 70, in contrast to Kalonzo, who is anticipated to be near to 80 years old when he decides to try his luck.
Kenyans who saw the picture, however, banded together to criticize Didmus Barassa by posting a series of contentious comments online. view a few below;
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