Donald Kipkorir who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that Why State House is enamored with & forcing oka principals to support Raila Odinga is beyond my pay-grade. Kilonzo yes, may add Baba 500,000 votes but Musalia won’t even deliver 50,000. But Baba will win without oka principals.Please State House, let Baba chose his Co- Principals.
Billow tweeted, "I second that infact BABA wishes Kalonzo to run so that BABA can engage well and better the 3 governors from ukambani and the chunk of Votes dat will be for Kalonzo will be replaced at Mount Kenya, for MDVD wheather he runs or nt we don't care BABA doesn't need any key n western."
Obino tweeted, "Perception is good in politics. Musalia is the small dot on top of the i while Kalonzo is the across the t while BABA signs his Presidential contract. Weta the 5th will hold BABAs umbrella in the renovated Uhuru Park or Gardens during the inauguration."
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