The parliamentarian, a close supporter of Raila Odinga took to his twitter account skeptical of the possibility of United Democratic Alliance Party leader William Ruto beating Raila Odinga in the next year’s general polls on a fair ground.
Imagine William Ruto dreams that he can challenge Baba Raila Odinga for the presidency,” he wrote.
Replying to Kaluma’s tweet, Ken Ochgen said: "But Raila is always sleeping in Public. Who wants a sleeping President,” he questioned adding that, “The next mistake Kenyans should avoid is electing someone who is definitely going to sleep in the office,”
During President uhuru Kenyatta address to the nation on Tuesday, Raila Odinga was speckled excessively asleep inside the August house, prompting tangatanga supporters to pinpoint him.A video shared online shows the former premier deep asleep.
Several Tangatanga leaders continues to laugh off at Raila Odinga,with Nakuru senator Susan Kihika asserting that Uhuru’s speech was boring and not inspirational
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