Both Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga are both fighting to stamp authority among voters ahead of the fourth coming general elections to be held in August this year. The two leaders have been pulling huge crowds in their campaigns as they debunk each other publicly.
But Kenyans have been warned by DP William Ruto's ally against the former second Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya Hon Raila Amolo Odinga. According to UDA party chairman Johnson Muthama, he said that Hon Raila has lost ground and warned Kenyans to be ware if his theatrics.
"Beware of @RailaOdinga theatrics. He is using media to show that he can draw crowds and he has the people. The Tinga of now is not @RailaOdinga of yesteryears. This man has lost ground since he went for fake handshake. He will be taught a lesson by kenyans on August 9th 2022." Tweeted by United Democratic Alliance party Secretary General Johnson Muthama
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