According to a video he has shared with You Tube Channel, popular Political analyst Prof Herman Manyora, has delivered bad news to the Deputy President William Ruto and his allies over who own the ground. According to the Manyora the ground has already shifted from the Deputy President William Ruto and is now owned by Raila Odinga. Manyora has said that things have greatly changed in the last few weeks in favour of the ODM Party Leader.
"The ground has changed. Raila has moved from Naivasha to Nakuru, Nyahururu, Nairobi and you can see the crowds are there. It's as if he started this thing 2 years ago. Those on the other side thought that they had the ground but the evidence on the ground shows that's not true. It's because Raila hadn't appeared and now he has appeared and he has the crowd. And they are doing it voluntarily because Raila does not give handouts. He has never and he will not. People just come to see Raila himself without getting any money from him," said Prof Herman Manyora.
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