Junet Mohamed who is minority whep in the national assembly and one of members of ODM party today tweeted on his tweeter page that congratulations to people of migori county for demonstrating that Handshake between Uhuru and Raila changed the politics of Kenya even those who were against it today are benefiting from it. This is after William Ruto successful rally in Migori today.
Mackjones tweeted, "WilliamsRuto has never had any struggles before, neither, while engaging our brothers from the lakeside. Be it with or without the so hiped handshake scam. Either, Nyanza knows how Ruto made Raila president wre it not been for the Kivuitu Moment."
Eliana tweeted, "It's not the handshake but the new political narrative of empowerment that has changed the outlook plus people just want change. It might have taken them a little longer but I assure you that they have decided that it Dr Ruto."
Victor Mwabe tweeted, "The handshake won't last forever, we did something right but just like the constitution, it may be inherited by its skeptic opponents, not the time to rest on laurels, we may go back to opposition for good. So get out and campaign, Providence favours effort."
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