Inooro TV has listed three top politicians set to be hosted by political journalist Francis Gachuri on today's Kiririmbi Show.
From the poster shared, Gachuri will host two Members of Parliament (MPs); Hon Rigathi Gachagua from Mathira Constituency and Hon Jeremiah Kioni from Ndaragwa Constituency. In matters law, lawyer Paul Mwangi will also be in attendance.
Today's topic will center on the way forward after the death of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report following the decision made by the Court of Appeal.
The debate will be a heated one owing to the fact that the two MPs have distinctive political affiliation. MP Gachagua is a critical supporter of Deputy President William Ruto and the Alliance Democratic (UDA) Party, while MP Kioni is a key supporter of the ruling Jubilee government.
Speaking during a church service today in Mwea, Rigathi claimed that they are ready for the ballot adding that Mt Kenya people have already made a decision to support William Ruto up to the end.
The debate comes shortly after Mt Kenya Jubilee leaders led by Gov Waiguru changed tune over Raila's endorsement claiming they never pledged their support.
Kenyans online expressed their anxiety over Today's debate, some claiming that the choice of guests was biased. Others however felt the leaders were the most suited for the debate eagerly waiting for their leaders to perform exemplary in the show.
Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans (screenshots):
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