As the race to Succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta at state house takes shape ahead of the 2022 General election, Nominated Senator and a close ally of Deputy President Dr.William Ruto Senator Millicent Omanga has sparked reactions online after a bold message to Kenyans regarding former Prime minister and Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga's fate in the 2022 contest online.
Penning her thoughts in a post on her Twitter page on Sunday night, Omanga said that Odinga's warning of a political Tsunami in 2022 will surely happen, only that come 2022 Odinga will be the victim of the Tsunami, adding that it will be a spectacle to behold.
Remarks which have illicited mixed reactions from Kenyans Online.
Below are comments from Netizens on her post.
"But u crying wameungana kwa safari rally ahaaaa." A comment read.
"Are you prepared for a serious run to win a seat or timing for yet another nomination?" A Comment read.
"You should first test if you are an electable material or you are just hot air... Nominated mps should not be the loudest." A comment read.
"BTW nobody cares about tsunami anymore. Let him tell us his plans and agenda he has for this country. DP RUTO is busy cracking alternative Economic model for Economy recovery and all that na yeye ako apo tu warning of tsunamis. Uzuri Wajinga waliisha Kenya." A comment read.
"Wewe unasimama wapi kwanza? Ama unangoja nomination?" A Comment read.
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