President Uhuru Kenyatta has been going through a lot in recent days. He has been facing plenty of criticisms, insulting and a strong opposition especially from DP William Ruto's allies. Worse enough, it has been evident that the Head of State has been losing support fr his own Mt. Kenya backyard.
Today, secrets have been put aside by Lord Abraham Mutai who decided to give President Uhuru Kenyatta a solid reason why he is losing it out in Mt. Kenya region. According to the blogger, Uhuru's allies in the region have always been vocal on social media but missing in action on the ground while on the other hand, politicians who support DP William Ruto in the region have been engaging the people tirelessly.
"The politicians who support Uhuru Kenyatta from central Kenya are very VOCAL on social media but missing in action on the ground. They are the reason Uhuru Kenyatta is losing in central Kenya. Politicians who support Ruto from central Kenya are working overtime, around the clock." Tweeted Lord Abraham Mutai.
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