The COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli's sentiments "Kateni Miti" criticising the UDA presidential candidate DP William Ruto have been widely used by ODM politicians as well as online influencers predicting that Ruto will lose big in the upcoming general elections.
However, the ODM leader has given his different perspective on other politicians in the Azimio camp using the popular line while firing salvos at the self proclaimed Chief Hustler DP William Ruto.
While taking to his Facebook page, Raila has sent a message to his opponents as the nation dives into a period of high octane politics. This is after holding a big rally in Narok County with the Azimio designate Deputy President Martha Karua pitching tents in Mt Kenya region.
"Ambieni wale jamaa mambo bado, wengine wanawaambia wakate miti, mimi najua uhifadhi wa mazingira! Twende Kazi na Azimio. Inawezekana," he wrote after sharing photos of the campaign trail. Raila's post has elicited mixed reactions online with other Kenyans praising the ODM leader's sense of hum our. Here are more comments from Kenyans below:
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