Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has mocked renowned political analyst professor Herman Manyora after calling for the postponement of the 2022 polls.
Khalwale said that he has spoken to the professor twice over the issue without success.
He noted that after much deliberation he now believes that being a professor is overrated.
"I've talked to my brother @HManyora over this, twice. Since I know that he is not mad, allow me to resign to the fact that being a professor is overrated," he said.
Manyora on Saturday called for President Uhuru Kenyatta to postpone the 2022 polls.
He said that there are a lot of things to solve that are more important than the elections.
H named the collapsing economy and the destructive coronavirus as some of the reasons.
He took a shot at politicians busy campaigning for 2022 yet there is. a pandemic that needs to be addressed.
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