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President Uhuru And Raila In Hot Soup As Kakamega Residents Allege This About Handshake In Lughya

Photo: President Uhuru and Raila

Political campaigns have been on the increase since tge beginning of this year. Ruto, today has camped in Kakamega county where he has addressed a crowd of his supporters in Shianda, Kakamega county.

As Ruto was addressing the crowd, residents showed mixed reactions especially when the deputy president talked about the handshake duo, Raila and Uhuru.

Photo: Dp Ruto addressing a crowd

Residents, who were rather uncomfortable with what Ruto alleged that the handshake caused claimed in vernacular that they are ready to embrace the bottom-up strategy if the deputy president will convince them that it will work in their favour. This clearly indicated their dissatisfaction with handshake.

"We will support come 2022, but make sure you explain to us what you exactly mean by bottom-up," Residents claimed.

Residents also assured Ruto that they are not interested in those people who want to manipulate the constitution for their benefit.

"If will the "wheelbarrow strategy" work for us, well and good, we are ready to embrace it as opposed to handshake which aims at enriching those in power," residents added.

It is clear that Ruto has invaded Raila's backyard and he has not only constructed a house there but also "married" in the neighbourhood. Ruto's influence has been on the rampant increase with statistics alleging that he is currently the most popular politician.

Kenyan politics, however, are unpredictable as Kenyans are ready to vote for the people who will convince them that they will indeed deliver services to them.

Political pressure is at its maximum with each leader pulling strings towards himself as the country prepares for the general elections in the next couple of months.

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