Aaron Cheruiyot who is the senator for Kericho county today tweeted on his twitter page that It's now dawning on Kieleweke that the P.P.A bill they passed recently is serious poisoned chalice. Most never bothered to read it but in classic ignorance just voted like robots. They now have to face ODM standard nomination procedures with all the expected hazards.
Alex tweeted, "That thing will make this country ungovernable. Imagine if the ruling party has fewer number of elected leaders as compared to the first runner how will he or she lead the country?"
David tweeted, "I have never gotten opportunity to read PPA and was actually waiting to hear from you, not anyone else. Now it is clear PPA is good for our politics. We are making ODM stronger for posterity. Kindly do same with UDA."
Isaac tweeted, "Nguruwe hujikaanga na mafuta yake.Slim minded elected leaders with high coarsely ram shackled tones,throwing bottles as if their masters will be in charge of heavenly register. The poor should rise up against this to save Kenya."
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