The Nairobi politics are now taking a new dimensions as the gubernatorial by elections is around the if all goes as planned. Different political parties are fighting hard to ensure they win the voters in Nairobi as it is this county that shapes the National politics.
On Wednesday the 13th of January was a long day for the ODM party leader Raila Odinga as he faced a humiliating scene in Nairobi, when he visited Burma market. After he started addressing the crowd, angry crowd heckled him giving him no chance to communicate.The crowd chanted that they want Ruto and wheelbarrow as well.
They went ahead to lift the wheelbarrow as the they sing around. This will be a tough battle for Nairobi suprimacy as the elections approach. The deputy president William Ruto has of late penetrated in Nairobi Kayole and other areas trying to win the voters. This seems to have started bearing fruits as most people are leaning towards his side. The politics are now changing and new alliances are forming towards the 2022 general election.
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