Hon. Mwalimu Dida a former presidential candidate has claimed on his personal Twitter account that Martha Karua, the NARC Kenya leader and Azimio presidential candidate has already shattered the lies that Deputy President William Ruto spent a lot of years creating in the Mt Kenya area.
Mwalimu Dida alleged that the United Democratic Alliance and Kenya Kwanza head William Ruto is already sweating after Hon Martha Karua's trip into Mt Kenya where she is spreading the Azimio reggae like wildfire.
As for Raila, yesterday he had a successful private meeting with Yoweri Museveni in Uganda where they already discussed major issues affecting both nations.
Now it is clearly seen that Azimio made the right decision by giving the Narc Kenya leader the deputy president sit instead of Wiper Kalonzo Musyoka as she is already winning the Mt Kenya region.
As for Kalonzo, things are really going bad for him and some leaders are already predicting his come back to Azimio.
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