Raila's elder brother Oburu Odinga has been attacked by netizens after he insisted that Raila will be the next president of Kenya. Actually he seem to be very sure of his sentiments. And as usual, he dragged DP Ruto into this again saying that he will continue leading the opposition.
"Facts that you should know; Raila Odinga will be the next president whether he contest or not. William Samoei Ruto will continue being in an opposition leader whether he likes it or not. Mount Kenya will vote to the direction Uhuru will point and it might be or not towards Raila Odinga," posted Oburu.
Netizens mocked Oburu, some even insulted him together with Raila. Below are some of their reactions.
Godfrey: You speak with finality. Some facts leave them to the creator. You cannot command God. Don't think you are commanding Kenyans. Let God be the referee. Am waiting to see you there.
Omondi: I plead with citizens of sound mind to ignore such careless political statements which brings shame to our democracy.
Eddy Prince: No way Mr. Mount Kenya won't and will never vote for a Luo because of an oath they took. Take that to the bank.
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