The rivalry between those supporting the Deputy President and those backing Raila Odinga is set for an intriguing battle in the next few months. With less than six months before the elections, the two camps have been trading barbs with increasing frequency.
Earlier today the ODM leader released a video of the Deputy President speaking about the Arror and Kimwarer Scandal. The scandal has been making the headlines for the past few days after the president accused his Deputy of siphoning money that was meant for the project.
In the video, Ruto was denying reports that over 21 Billion had been lost through the project. The video has elicited lots of mixed reactions from Kenyans on the internet. Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has become the latest high-profile individual to react to the post by Raila.
According to Murkomen, it is clear Odinga is under pressure and is now using Ngilu's techniques which involve sharing videos about Ruto. "Ukiona project akiweka such posts like Mama Ngilu unajua pressure imepanda na bado tuko tu gear 2." he wrote on Twitter.
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