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Influential Lawyer Gives A Piece Of Advice To Gideon Moi Touching On His Father While On KTN NEWS

He is so far the only candidate that was lovingly endorsed for the top seat joining other colleagues in that race. Many converged to see this colourful, beautiful and an amazing piece of 'scenery' of a celebration not only for his interest in the top position, but because he has outrightly and 'outwardly' made a choice to follow the footprints of his father, president Moi.

Gideon has lately been in the limelight in vouch for OKA coalition. Now he joins other One Kenya Alliance partners in the official race for the presidency.

The son of the second president of Kenya has come into sharp attention of Kenyans for the better part of last week. Top lawyer and political analyst Ambrose Weda, did carry a piece of advice to the favourite son of the late President Daniel Moi yesterday on KTN NEWS at a show called '#checkpoint'.

The message came in this format. He is the only presidential candidate who possess attractive qualities, being less harmful to the eyes of the public, having a powerful name needing less introduction unlike other new ones, and generally having no issues with anyone, that is, he is a 'newly born lamb'.

Therefore, the advocate goes ahead to say that it will be prudent for Gideon to go back to his father's diary and keenly observe the topic about how to spend money, especially on the political part.

As we all know, he has been regarded as the 'money machine' in 'One Kenya' and now that he has an interest in the country's highest seat, it occurs to him he has a race needing a win, and which he has to fully participate taking into account all the aspects, the major one being the resources.

Attorney Weda wants him to figure out how his father used money resources in ensuring wins in the presidential race. Should Gideon choose that route?

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