"All The Big Boys Are Afraid Of One Man" Angry Kenyans Troll Mudavadi, Kalonzo, Uhuru And Raila
By Samtoywa | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 0 views
Kenyans were angered by not only Mudavadi's remarks at Moi Kabarak during the first anniversary of Mzee Moi but the majority of attendants who reduced the occasion to a Ruto discussion in his absence. Kenyans were largely disappointed by Mudavadi and Uhuru.
In some sample excerpts below, one EcclessiatePalms says, "The jealous of Mudavadi and Kalonzo that Ruto is amassing multitudes daily, something they can not do is driving them crazy and pushing them to spew venom whenever they address people".
JacobLimo_01 says, "All the big boys are afraid of one man, Ruto".
" All politicians who yesterday gathered at Kabarak have one disease, Rutoisis Samoeisis", another Kenyan said.
Titusnaburuk said, "First priority in their speech is Ruto. Ambia watu umewafanyia nini na utawafanyia nini ukipewa urais".
What's your take on this topic, do you think most politicians have turned Dp Ruto into some political punching bag? And if so, how will it affect his 2022 presidential bid? Is it good for him or it may be his biggest undoing?
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