The upcoming general elections continues to hit as two main political leaders Deputy president William Ruto and ODM party leader Raila Odinga eying presidential seat continue to search for votes to Kenyans through campaigns. In most cases, ODM party leader Raila Odinga has been touring several parts of the country where a huge crowd of people have been seen attending Hus rally.
However, several leaders led by MP Ndindi Nyoro claimed that Raila Odinga has been ferrying supporters from Nyanza region to come and attend his meetings in Nyeri county. As a result of this speculations caused by a opposition leaders, Prof Peter Kagwanja has thrown shade to Ndindi Nyoro following his remarks to Raila Odinga.
Prof Peter Kagwanja questioned MP Nyoro on how Raila Odinga can ferry Kikuyu's from Nyanza region in order to attend his rally in Nyeri county?. Prof Peter Kagwanja urged Ndindi Nyoro that knowledge of geography and people is very much useful.
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