Kenyans have Elicited mixed reactions after the Deputy President William Ruto's Allies hailed the Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi over his bold move to Allegedly defend the Deputy President William Ruto from attacks ahead of the upcoming general elections.
Dennis Itumbi and Kimani Ichungwa took to their social media to Welcome Mudavadi's Response to President Uhuru over remarks he made on Wednesday in Nakuru. The president cited that the young leaders are not suitable for leadership as they are too fast and are likely to get worn out quickly.
In his response, Mudavadi cited that the old leaders should also understand that the young people are also tired of the old leaders pace.
"If people are worried that young people are running very fast, they must wake up to the reality that young people are tired of us going too slowly." Mudavadi cited.
Kenyans however expressed different opinions over this some speculating that Musalia Mudavadi could be on his way to working with Dp Ruto. Others urged Ruto's allies to welcome him in the United Democratic Alliances.
"Welcome him in the UDA, sooner or later Raila and Gideon will be left alone as Kalonzo is seemingly joining UDA, " One Commentator Reacted.
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