Political Analyst Professor Herman Manyora speaking during a past political interview. Photo courtesy.
Political Analyst Professor Herman Manyora who is a top critic of Deputy President Dr William Ruto, has delivered bad news to Deputy President Dr William Ruto saying the second in command and his running mate Martha Karua, will be shocked with the amount of votes which will be streaming towards the Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga's busket on 9th August 2022.
Speaking during an interview with K24 television, Manyora said that he has bad news to Deputy President Dr William Ruto who is the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate, together with his running mate Rigathi Gachagua because they are likely going to be shocked with the amount of votes which will stream to Azimio busket on polls day. They must be ready to accept a defeat from the Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition team, because Mount Kenya might surprise and crush them.
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