To his twitter submission, the Homa Bay Township Member of Parliament has sarcastically dismisses the influence of the DP Ruto ahead of fast approaching 2022 elections, with now less than 9 months left to find President Uhuru Kenyatta successor.
To him, the hustler nation leader with his bottoms up economic development agenda cannot challenge Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja, thus, terming Ruto's bid to challenge Raila as impossible.
"Imagine @WilliamsRuto dreams he can challenge Baba @RailaOdinga for the Presidency." Kaluma penned.
His remark has, however, cited Kenyans and particular hustlers nation proponent to mixed political reactions, informing the ODM MP Kaluma to cease the unnecessary pride and focus on Raila's presidency. Reactions as attached;Courtesy
Fred: Wacha Kiburi, Hizo ndio ufanya Raila akose Presidency.
Sikote: He can, Wacha Kiburi.
Muli: He is not dreaming, He actually is challenging him and he has publicly declared his intention. Raila on the other hand, he is still consulting on whether or not will he vie for Presidency.
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