Deputy President William Ruto's aide in the Office of the Deputy President has launched a scathing attack on the Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Raila Odinga and the Orange Democratic Movement after sharing photos of their today meeting in Nairobi attended by huge crowds.
Anthony Kibagendi has reacted by informing that it is so funny to see that the ODM Members' supporters are celebrating while they are seeing huge crowds attend their meeting reminding them that just like the way they have been attacking the DP they too should know that "huge crowds don't translate to votes."
"It is funny ODM/RAO supporters are now celebrating crowds, and are counting days to walk into state House when they kept reminding WSR supporters, who have been pulling crowds for 2 years, that crowds don't translate to votes," Secretary Youth Affairs in the Office of the Deputy President, Anthony Kibagendi has said.
The remarks from Kibagendi come after several reactions from Orange Democratic Movement Party Supporters after seeing Raila Odinga pull out a mammoth crowd in Nairobi in a push of his azimio la Umoja campaigns.
"Wow Kamukunji was buzzing today must have been fun," Raila Junior said.
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