As the 2022 political race gains momentum many politicians are busy with their campaigns looking for betterment and endorsement from different regions of the country. Political bigwigs are moving tirelessly seeking for more votes to increase their chances of succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta who is retiring from politics next year.
Malindi member of parliament Aisha Jumwa has finally breaks the long term politics silence. While addressing the gathering today, Aisha Jumwa mocks the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) Leaders who have been in the forefront criticizing DP Ruto's political strategies.
"Na ata wale wapinzani wa Naibu wa Rais, Wale wanajaribu kusema mimi nataka kuwa Rais siku hizi tumewamiss sana." Aisha Jumwa posed.
This comes at the moment whereby the country is undergoing through political tension. Deputy President William Ruto's Camp has been undergoing through series of unfortunate and attacks from the ruling jubilee Allie's and other opposition leaders including ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
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