Panicking United Democratic Alliance, UDA leaders led by Dr. Boni Khalwale have spoken Following the Mt. Kenya Foundation, MKF Tycoons meeting with Orange Democratic Movement, ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Boni who is Speaking on K24 TV said that the it is evident Mt. Kenya will not support opposition chief Raila Odinga in 2022 election. According to Khalwale, the group wants a person they will put money on the candidate whose campaign is projected to produce victory. “They invest in the probability that they will be part of the beneficiaries of the projects rolled out by the winning government." He said.
“What we are seeing is a choreographed strategy whereby a clear script has been written to keep Rails running in circles. If it is true that they want to back him, why would they say they will make a decision after listening to his so called co-principals? Telling Raila to brace for tough times ahead and possibly thinks working with Ruto.
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