As the country approaches the August 9th general elections, political parties are seeking affiliations with more other influencing regional parties to form a formidable team that will enable them for the next government.
UDA Party chairman Johnstone Muthama has on Twitter, revealed Raila Odinga has changed since he accepted the handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta. He added that, Raila of today is not Raila of the previous years where he used to champion for the rights of ordinary Kenyans and kept the ruling government on toes.
He also stated that Kenyans should be aware that Baba is using top politically affiliated Media houses to show Kenyans that he can draw huge crowds and yet he has lost the ‘ground’ and on election day he will be defeated by Ruto.
“Beeware of Raila Odinga theatrics. He is using media to show that he can draw crowds and he has the people. The Tinga of now is not Raila Odinga of yesteryear. This man has lost ground since he went for fake handshake. He will be taught a lesson by Kenyans on August 9th 2022,” he stated.
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