Cleophas Malala who is Senate deputy minority leader and governor for Kakamega today tweeted on his tweeter page that Musalia Mudavadi will become president of Kenya come 2022 general election.
Jethro odera tweeted, "I wish him the best even though Kenyans at this stage needs a strong minded leader like Baba or Ruto, only if he changes to Paul as Saulo of the bible did and which Hon Mudavadi is not."
Opere tweeted, "It will depend on who are other candidates and who will Musalia Mudavadi will compete with. Cleophasmalala you are among the leaders who are taking us back politicaly economically and socially Yani you are just like Boni kaluwale."
Luqmanke tweeted, "kindly mheshimiwa my governor the next kakamega county, Msalia has ignored us the youth at grass root some of us have ideas and despite how cheap they might be but how will our ideas reach him if no one is ready to listen."
KenyaEast tweeted, "Malala mhesh , be realistic and stop being in denial, you and i know that the only way Musalia Mudavadi can be pork is with the support of one RAO, but he has to wait his time is coming and we will vote for him at the right time."
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