A close ally of former prime minister Raila Odinga profesor Makau Mutua, has reacted to a scenario where the Orange Democratic Movement party boss met rowdy youths who chanted Ruto's name as he tried to address them.
According to Makau Mutua, the chants did not have any impact as they were few and were hungry, he further alleged that they were paid by Raila's competitors.
He was reacting to the video which was shared by Raila's critic senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi, he wondered why the vocal lawyer insisted on sharing a clip which had no any impact.
Why do a few paid clearly hungry hirelings excite you so much Ahmednasir?. You seem to think tweeting the same falsehood a thousand times will make it true!. Go back to propaganda school, or consult me for better counsel." Angry Makau Mutua responded to Ahmednasir.
In the clip that has gone viral, the youths can be heard shouting 'Ruto' as Raila tried to cheer them up with his slogans.
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