The race to state house is inching nearer and nearer with the country left with about seven months to conduct the 2022 general elections.
The presidential race seem to have attracted immense attention because Kenyans are eager to see who will president Kenyatta's heir and the fifth commander-in -chief to that effect.
Just like most Kenyans believe, Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina also believes that the race is going to be tight between DP Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
While Speaking on live TV, Ledama has dismissed the impact of OKA saying be that it is inconsequential regardless of the earthquake declaration Musalia is set to do on the 23rd of January.
Ledama has requested Kenyans to continually ask themselves one big question; In whose hands is Kenya safe ?
Ledama Olekina - Senator, Narok: OKA is not the deciding factor in 2022 elections, it’s a two-man race. It's inconsequential even if Musalia Mudavadi makes an earthquake declaration.The biggest question we should ask ourselves is, who are we safe with?
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