Photo; United Democratic Alliance Party Delegates at a past function.
Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior has delivered a worrying message at Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Raila Odinga. In regards to his yet-to-be-declared presidential quest.Amid his efforts to woe the vote-rich Mt. Kenya region to support him.
According to senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior. The Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Raila Odinga will end up losing grip especially in the Mt. Kenya region to DP Ruto.As most of the Mt. Kenya leaders will end up supporting DP Ruto.
This is due to the alleged ongoing narrative in the region that should one not support DP Ruto, he or she will end up losing his political seat.
Hence is a matter of time that most leaders in the Mt. Kenya region seemly supporting Raila's quest, will shift to DP Ruto linked United Democratic Alliance Party to safeguard their interest.
"All Mt. Kenya Leaders will dump Raila Odinga favor for Deputy President William Ruto's political camp," Senator Mutula Kilonzo said.
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