Kirinyanga deputy governor Peter Ndabiri has urged all political leaders who wants to get votes from Mount Kenya region to seek president Uhuru Kenyatta Blessings because no one can make it in votes without seeking Uhuru Kenyattas blessings.
That news report has been shared on Facebook social media platform by TV 47 Kenya hence Sparking mixed reactions among Kenyans on social media. Peter Ndabiri has said that if anyone wants mount Kenya votes he or she should first go to president Uhuru Kenyatta to receive blessings.
Kenyans on social media have sparked reactions concerning that Ndabiris statement whereby some section of Kenyans have wondered if president Uhuru Kenyatta is the one who controls minds of people by telling them the kind of leaders that they should elect during general elections.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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