As the 2022 polls are nearing faster, Ruto and Raila supporters are striving to outdo each other to outdo each other in order to win more people to their camps. The United Democratic Alliance allied MPs have criticized the ODM party led by Raila Odinga for allegedly copying their agendas and manifestos. The Mp for Kimilili Constituency Hon. Didmus Barasa has taken to his Facebook account to accuse ODM for renaming themselves as the "Strugglers Movement." The vocal lawmaker made a post on his social media accounts with the following remarks: "They watch, they hate then they copy. Raila be authentic. Don't be a copycat."
This post contained a photo in which an ODM die hard politician by the name Alinur Mohammed featured with equipments for a press release bearing Raila's logo and the slogan "The Strugglers Movement." The UDA allied Mps now feel that the name of these movement is similar to the Hustlers Nation and are criticizing ODM for making a similar move of associating themselves with poor Kenyans. See some reactions from Kenyans below. Do you think politics of the rich and the poor will help Ruto ascend to the presidency? Drop your comments below.
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