Kipchumba Murkonen who is senator for Elgeyo Marakwet county today tweeted on his tweeter page that even Musalia Mudavadi has left "Baba" to engage with Cleophas Malala. This is after Raila Odinga said that it would be impossible for Cleophas Malala to stop him from campaigning in western Kenya.
Kanyore tweeted, "Don't Give Malala Credit for performing 5%, Just Sooth Him Slowly to Promote UDA Other than mentioning a Revolutionary, Odinga. Baba Is Unstoppable."
Calvin Okoth tweeted, "Take it easy Senator. Baba is not in a battle with your colleague, Baba's fight is to win the heart of Mulembe voters via @AzimioLaUmoja, not compete with Malala on who is the kingpin in Western. If he can achieve that, Malala's bitterness with Jakom wont matter much."
Mark Odeny tweeted, "Tangatanga are saying baba is no match for Ruto yet every moment they get they talk about baba. These guys are very afraid of baba."
Malcolm X-KE tweeted, "Yani the bonafide Baba has been left to engage with yesterday politicians!Kweli Handshake reduced Baba's influence tremendously."
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