Nelson Havi who is among the allies of Kenya Kwanza tweeted on his twitter page that Luhyas have produced three Vice Presidents before: Moody Awori; Kijana Wamalwa and Musalia Mudavadi. Our eyes are on bigger targets: a substantial percentage of Government for now and thereafter President. Do not listen to professional mourners.
Entity tweeted, "Others tribes of lesser populations have had a president for 24 years and are looking to add another 10. Meanwhile you are celebrating having had Vice presidents one being a VP for 1 month."
Dennio tweeted, "It's 2022 Mr Havi, Kenyans no longer care,how many times their tribes been represented in government. Kenyans want a change on how the three arms of the government are being operated."
True tweeted, "As Prime Minister, Raila gave the Luhyas that substantial percentage of government with Mudavadi serving as his 2nd Deputy, without any preconditions or anything else in that regard. In the Azimio government, Baba will do even better unconditionally, whether he gets 70% or not."
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