In the last few weeks, the conversation in Kenya's political arena has been how RT Raila Odinga, DP Ruto and other 2022 Presidencial Candidates would win votes in the rich-votes Mt Kenya Region with less than an year to the General Elections.
(Editorial cartoon/Mt Kenya)
However, numerous speculations have been favouring Deputy President William Ruto citing he's much popular in Mt Kenya as compared to ODM's RT Raila Odinga whom a few speculations have been alleging that selling him in Mt Kenya would be one turf job for Jubilee Party whom are currently cohorts with ODM.
However, other than who will emerge winner in Mt Kenya, the whole idea of Mt Kenya leaders working together with leaders from the Lake (ODM) has brought in another picture into Kenya's political arena.
According to Youth Leader Tabitha Ogutu, the moment Mt Kenya Leaders joined hands with ODM Party ahead of 2022 General Elections, it was also the moment Kenyans indicated they have matured in politics.
(Photo Courtesy/Youth Leader Tabitha Ogutu)
"The Mountain meeting the lake is an indication of how mature Kenyans have become" boldly asserted Youth Leader Tabitha Ogutu while speaking on TV47.
What is your view over this matter? Do you think Tabitha Ogutu's assertions are true?
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