ANC Party Leader hon Musalia Mudavadi has reacted to President Kenyatta's analogy of young people against the old. Speaking in Nakuru where he was chattering Nakuru to be a city, President Kenyatta alleged that people are thinking that presidential race is like a splinter yet it a marathon.
He went ahead to claim that the young (DP Ruto) will run very first and get short of breath within a short period of time where the old ( Raila Odinga) will overcome them. In his response Musalia Mudavadi asked president Uhuru Kenyatta to wake up to the reality. He went ahead to allege that kenyans have really waited for the old to perform only to frustrate them.This comes after Kenyatta's attempt to woo the One Kenya Alliance Principals to support Odm presidential candidate honorable Raila Odinga has fallen to deaf ears. They asked him to stop trying to choose a presidential leader on their behalf.
One Kenya Alliance Principals have been hinted at working with DP William Ruto where Wiper Party Leader hon Kalonzo Musyoka was rumoured to have met the second in command in his official Karen residence though details of what was discussed is still very scanty.
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