As each Coalition is trying to make ends meet for the upcoming general elections others are busy in critique and giving warnings. Today Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa warned Azimio Coalition flag bearer Raila Amollo Odinga that he is waiting for him in his Constituency in Bungoma county. Raila is busy touring the county to increase mass support from people in that region which their kingpin is supporting William Ruto.
His comment were harshly condemned by people all over the nation. They described him as a leader who has no respect to his elders like Raila. Barasa after posting on Twitter how he is waiting for Raila almost everyone was against that as they told him that Raila is not his class.He should concentrate on his Constituency campaigns on Twitter handle this was the comment that eye catched people."Raila Odinga is not your Equal to dare him concentrate on your Mp ambition which hangs in balance. Baba is indomitable Presidential candidate it will take you ages to mark his national status"
These are other people's reactions on Twitter
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