The today's Standard Headline caused uproar on social media and Moses Kuria and Kipchumba Murkomen led Kenyans to deliver powerful messages. The headline read, "Inside The Landmines That Threaten To Delay Polls".
A congested political calendar will see MPs deal with referendum, demarcation of the proposed constituencies, a high political and delicate process and the reconstitution of the electoral body that may threaten and delay the 2022 polls. The headline made Moses Kuria and Kipchumba Murkomen react.
Kuria said that he is ready to be a martyr and he can't allow to give the Jubilee government even an extra minute. He ended his remarks by saying finish and go. Murkomen also reacted and said that he will never allow an extra minute.
Some Kenyans also reacted. They told Moses Kuria to get the facts that elections will be done in 2024 and the new government that will be formed will comprise of a president who will be Hon. Raila Odinga, the deputy president will be Peter Kenneth, the prime minister will be Musalia Mudavadi and the deputy prime minister will be Ali Hassan Joho and Gideon Moi. No amount of hullabaloo will change this facts, they said.
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