Mutahi Ngunyi, a renown Kenyan political analyst, has taken it to his social media handle to pose a hard question to netizens on whether President William Ruto will handle Raila Odinga, the opposition leader.
According to Mutahi Ngunyi, Odinga is witty and has known how to find his way in the government through the famous handshake. Mutahi Ngunyi said in a tweet that Moi failed to handle Raila and the second president of Kenya was forced to have a handshake with Raila. The same happens to former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Ngunyi believes Raila has a way of attracting masses of people to his rallies especially during National holidays. He said that Raila will hold a rally on December 12th to irritate Ruto. Below is the tweet.
"Raila the Babaman is an enemy I would not wish on anyone. But will Ruto mange him? He thinks he will. Moi tried, he failed. Handshake. Uhuru tried, he Failed. Handshake. Raila will hold parallel rallies on National days like December 12th to irritate Ruto. Is this good or bad?"
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