Hon Philip Moi who is the elder brother to senator Gideon Moi ignited a hot debate online when he posted this over Gideon Moi's Presidency.(Courtesy photo)
"If you want all farm inputs be subdivided kindly try Gideon Moi. If you want than 85% of youths be employed try Gideon moi. If you need fuel be cut across and reduced by greater percentage, increased level of delivery and expansion of infrastructure, Wazee wa Mitaa be paid for the good work they are doing plus chairmen wa Nyumba, try Gideon Moi. If you needs other ￼￼￼developments try Gideon Moi....." He posted on his Facebook page.
It's remembered that Gideon Moi was endorsed by Kanu party's delegates to vie for Presidency comes 2022 elections. He is also competing with William Samoei Ruto to control the votes rich region of Rift Valley.
His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them told him that Kenyans shall elect the leaders they want. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading comments and don't forget to share widely.
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