As the general election date draws closer, with only 36 days remaining, political candidates are now busy wooing the voters to support their ambitions. Most of them are using the narrative of high cost of living to convince the voters.
The deputy president William Samoei Ruto and his boss Uhuru Kenyatta has been exchanging words. They have also been raising blame excuse to each other, over the rising cost of leaving. The prices of essential commodities, have been hiking for the past six months.
According to a post shared by TheStarKenya news on Twitter, it is bad News to the deputy president. In the post, they are saying that, DP falling into Uhuru's political traps will cost the Kenya kwanza gains in Mt Kenya. This seems to be a nice opportunity for Raila to reap a lot of votes from the region.
The post has raised some reactions online. Most of the are condemning the post saying that, nothing can shake the DP gains in Mt Kenya. Below are some of the comments.
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