David Makali courtesy Twitter
Outspoken political analyst David Makali has fired a warning message to president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga.
He was sending the message after reports they were planning to postpone the upcoming 2022 general elections for another One year.
According to Makali who indirectly attacked the Two handshake brothers, some politician were now drunk in power and were now mistaking the country as their personal property.
He warned them against underrating the power of Kenyans reminding them of 2007 where Kenyans stood up against the alleged election theft.
Makali who was among those who challenged BBI process at the High Court warned that the next election should be held come August next year as stated in the constitution.
"Elections will be held in August 2022. Those who believe this country is their property are deluding themselves and underrating Kenyans. Unity of Kenyans does not mean taking away their sovereign will. Always remember 2007," he warned through a tweet on Sunday afternoon.
Hustler Nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi through his Facebook page on Sunday claimed the State in One of the plans to stop deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto was orchesting a plan to start violence.
Photo courtesy Facebook
He claimed with handshake camp having majority of lawmakers,they will use the parliament to extend president Uhuru's term for another One year during which plan to finish DP Ruto politically will be drawn.
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