Hon Dennis Anyoka is a legal expert and a politician.
Speaking with K24 ,Anyoka has sparked mixed reactions after saying that according to the history of this country no presidential candidate that ever won the election after getting the support from the Incumbent leadership.
Hon Anyoka was shooting a warning to the former prime minister hon Raila Amollo Odinga who seems to be president Uhuru Kenyatta preferred candidate.
Earlier photo of president Uhuru Kenyatta and his ally hon Raila Amollo Odinga.
However he clarified that time will be the best determine to this narrative.
He however hailed hon Raila Odinga for abandoning the building bridges initiative report and for making good progress in his 2022 presidential campaigns.
According to my own opinion, Mr Anyoka could be referring to the case scenario of the year 2002 when the late former president his excellency Daniel Moi supported Mr Uhuru Kenyatta but failed to secure the Presidency.
From your own opinion, what do you think about this statement from Dennis Anyoka?
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