Politics as most say is a dirty game. You don't know how your opponent is playing whether he or she plays rough or soft game what matters at the end of the day is the person who emerges the winner. For the seat of presidency, the stiff competition is expected between Azimio La Umoja One coalition leader Raila Odinga and Kenya Kwanza alliance principal William Ruto.
Nelson Havi is the person seeking to detrone the current Member of Parliament for Westlands Tim Wanyoyi. Nelson vying under UDA ticket has made remarks about Raila that have illicit different meaning especially to Kenya Kwanza supporters. Nelson Have has called Raila a perfect leader and since he is competing under UDA many are thinking that he is plotting something else. See some of the reactions;
Do you think Havi is wrong making such comments about Raila? He is expected to be part of Kenya Kwanza and calling Raila a perfect leader has raised eyebrows. Feel free to share your thoughts on the issue at hand. Comment, like and kindly follow for more updates.
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