This morning, a number of celebrated politicians graced the humble but mighty Kenya's renowned television station, Citizen TV.
They were Nelson Koech MP of Belgut, Migori woman representative, Dr Pamela Odhiambo, Steve Ogolla, an advocate of the High Court and lastly, deputy majority whip in the National Assembly, Maoka Maore.
As we all know, we are a year away from the general elections which is expected to be conducted on 9th of August 2022.
The country's politicians are mobilising Kenyans in different parties and coalitions, so as to be ready for elections in various political capacities including, presidential, gubernatorial, senatorial, area MPs and lastly wards positions.
The interesting part, is the presidential elections which has attracted various candidates across the country among them, Raila, Ruto, Musyoka, Mudavadi and Wetangula just to mention a few, with the aim of grabbing the 'precious seat', the Presidency, after succeeding president Uhuru.
The Igembe North legislature is currently at the 'wings' of the president and supports team 'bbi', or the once called 'kieleweke group' as his preferred political divide group and it is definite that he will vouch for the one Uhuru shall choose to endorse.
Today in the show, he has argued that it shall come a time when they will no longer have to hide crucial facts in the eyes of 'wananchi' rather, tell them 'right on their faces and let them make informed and right decisions'.
According to him, he has widely expressed that it shall simply be a matter of telling people that 'this person is good for you' and 'this other one is dangerous for you'.
So factoring all these into account, knowing for a fact that Maore supports pro-Raila team, it is clear that he means the DP being dangerous for the people while the former premier being the one he refers as good.
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