The future is promising is the midnight message Bungoma senator Moses Wetangula told his supporters. According to Moses Wetangula he said that he met the 5th DP William Ruto to discuss strategies of post Uhuru Kenyatta tenure. Moses Wetangula are already planning the future of the country despite the fact that the results have not been announced.
These is raising temperatures among the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see how things will turn out. Well with time moving with speed Moses Wetangula are among the people who delivered more than 60% votes.
Kenyans have reacted to Moses Wetangula message and according to some, "So that the block may remain in power to eternity? Fortunately that is practically and theoretically impossible. Think Kenyan. I doubt if you can."
"I now understand what you really meant by confessing that the other gent was indeed an "heavy load" Well executed Moses Wetangula the next president after William Ruto."
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