The political landscape continues to turn out to be more turbulent ahead of the August polls. The supremacy battle has taken shape and it is a show of might between the ODM and UDA camp as many Kenyans are left in dilemma. The ODM team and the UDA allies continue to dare each other in the hunt for votes. In his recent remarks Raila Odinga has told DP William Ruto that he has failed in his duties and it is time to teach him. On the other hand Ruto has claimed that he will defeat Raila and show him that he has more say on the voters.
Recently, UDA ally Ahmednasir has delivered a message to Raila Odinga claiming that he has no power over his campaign rallies. In his statement the vocal lawyer said, "Good people...please tell me if I'm wrong...for I don't think Hon Raila has any voice/say in his campaign for President! Isn't he too scripted by THE pipers? Good people...doesn't Hon Raila look like a deer/rabbit caught in the headlights! @makaumutua @DonaldBKipkorir." Many Kenyans reacted to his remarks and some claimed that Raila can only make a speech in a rally for just ten minutes.
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