Mutahi Ngunyi has taken to his Twitter warning Kenyans against the New Alliance between Amani National Congress, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Deputy President William Ruto's party United Democratic Alliance, UDA party.
Here is Ngunyi's twit
“By TRAINING, Mudavadi is a LAND SURVEYOR. And Ruto loves LAND. 1+1= Acres."
Here are Reactions from Netizens.
Oscar_Lung'aho said while commenting “Mudavadi will FAIL. He did in 2002, 2013 and NOW 2022. Succession POLITICS is a HARD BALL!! This is the END of MUDAVADI."
Doreen Atieno corrected Mutahi Ngunyi saying “He is a Lands Economist not a Surveyor! Didn't Musalia Mudavadi, as Finance Minister, convince the Paris Club/ World Bank to re open the door for Kenya in the 90s after they shut it under Saitoti. I have read about this even though I wasn't born!"
Dp Rigathi said while commenting “Unajaribu kuleta theories...but they are really of low thinking.. Kwani ile akili ya kitambo bado ni hii tu ama uliuza."
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