Things are getting messy in the country with clock ticking so quickly ahead of highly anticipated Countrywide Mass Action which is slated to take place on 20th March in Nairobi. Speculations and anxiety has then rock the country with all eyes on Raila Odinga ahead of their date with destiny.
However Makueni county governor Mutula Kilonzo Junior has also breaks silence amid the Monday Protest send bad news to former Prime minister Raila Odinga and the entire Azimio la Umoja one Kenya political bandwagon.
Mutula has warned Raila and Kalonzo who are planning to unseat William Ruto or planning to force Ruto resign that Statehouse is not just a place where people can just walk in the way they want. Speaking on August 2027 general elections Mutula has made it clearly that Azimio la Umoja one Kenya should forget about winning elections, says William Ruto is their to stay.
He reiterated also that Ruto managed to beat the deep state and the system to win August 2022 presidential elections hence arguing that what will happen in 2027 when he will now be the deep state.
"Ruto beat many odds to win presidency since he had the capacity. It will be hard to unseat him. Statehouse is not a bedroom where you just walk in" he said.
Do you agree with Kilonzo that it's not going to be easy for Raila to unseat Ruto from presidency through the planned Monday Protest or even when he supports Kalonzo? Feel free to share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.
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