President William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, of the Kenyan Kwanza government, have been working hard to set up an office for Hon. Raila Odinga. In the opinion of some Kenyans,
Raila even though he lost, it must be nice. Ruto put a lot of effort into setting up an opposition office before concentrating on the economics. Baba became prime minister thanks to the same Ruto. Since 2002, Raila has had the last laugh in every government.
Musalia Mudavadi on the other hand bragging has landed him in deep trouble and KANU has warned Mudavadi that pride before fall. Mudavadi boasted that President William Ruto will win big in the 2022 general elections. This arrogancy should stop. Kenyans want services and 2027 is still a long way. Who wins in 2027 is God's will. DVD should concentrate on service delivery. A lot can happen between now and the next election. What if Ruto won't be on the ballot for one reason or the other?
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