Former Machakos senator Johnstone Muthama has claimed that if former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga wins election in 2022, important decisions in his government will be decided by the wealthy, alienating the poor.
Raila is currently surrounded by tycoons, according to Muthama, who attacked the former premier in a series of early morning tweets, who stated that if Odinga rises to the top of the country's leadership, he will make himself inaccessible to the local hustlers.
The hairman of the new fangled UDA party was referring to the Mount Kenya Foundation's run of interactions with potential presidential contenders.
The tycoons indicated that they will choose between Raila and a member of the OKA brigade, then give the name to President Uhuru Kenyatta for official approval.
These activities, on the other hand, did not sit well with DP Ruto and his associates, who were given a wide berth by the Mount Kenya Foundation group.
Ruto and his colleagues have insisted that the buck ends with the electorates and now few men who have lots of money.
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