This comes after the Kimilili Constituency Legislator took to social media, shared Dp Ruto and Gachagua's poster and praised the duo.
Barasa's Facebook post comes at a time Kenya Kwanza Coalition lead by Deputy President William Ruto have been busy drumming up support ahead of the much awaited General Elections; the coalition has been selling their bottom-up agenda which they strongly believes is what Kenya as a Nation needs at the moment as far a economic growth is concerned.
Unexpected to Barasa, his Facebook post garnered reactions of different kinds having a section of Kenyans slamming him with assertions citing the duo would be defeated by Raila/Karua pair while others shared different opinions over the matter. Below are few of the comments;
@Jb Kapilo~ "Mtashangaa! truth be told, Dp Ruto made the worst mistake to pick Rigathi Gachagua whom even the youngest Kenyan knows he's corrupt".
@Steve Maina~ "It Will end in tears come August 9. The ground has shifted and it's now RT Raila Odinga's chance to form the next Government".
What is your opinion over Didmus Barasa's Facebook post?
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