The former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga has elicited a mixed reaction online after alleging that Raila Odinga will be the fifth president by April 2022. He made such statement while wishing him a happy 77th birthday and asked Kenyans to unite together and enter deep in the society to market his ideologies.According to Maina Njenga those giving Kenyan a lot fake promises should be avoided as they lacks the good wills of this country. In his speech he attacked DP William Ruto claiming that he is corrupt and use to loots everything possible. It's in public domain that DP William Ruto attacked Maina Njenga in Laikipia County where he denied him an opportunity to adress the residents. He clearly told him to hold his own rally and not think that he can ruin his.
According to Maina Njenga Raila Odinga is the best bet for kenyans and asks them to excersise their democratic rights wisely by standing with Raila Odinga. He is a stronger believer that by April this year Raila Odinga will be the president as majority will have ditched DP William Ruto fully.
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