Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi is at it yet again as he has shared his opinion on the political developments in the country as the race for 2022 takes shape and with the nation months away from the next polls.
Ngunyi has been vocal in recent months drumming up for support for former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and he appears bullish about the chances of the former Prime Minister to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Famous for his tyranny of numbers theory, Ngunyi has suggested that the former Premier is on the right side of history which appears to suggest that he will be the next Head of state after the elections.
"This time round, @RailaOdinga is a MAN on the RIGHT SIDE of history. End of DISCUSSION! #InBabasHands." Mutahi Ngunyi Tweeted.
Ngunyi recently appeared to suggest that outgoing Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui will be Raila Odinga's running mate after Narc Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua refused to join the Baba bandwagon.
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