Kenyans have ganged up against a popular city lawyer after he revealed that he'll vote for the ODM leader in a record 3rd time after the BBI process was halted.
A section of Kenyans, including Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi, however, did not find Kipkorir's statement pleasing. According to reactions from Kenyans, there's nothing they can do with Kipkorir's choice of a candidate to vote for.
Similar reactions oozed in as Kenyans gang up against the lawyer;
Kiplangat; "@DonaldBKipkorir you are one category of the slay queen who has eaten Raila's fare in exchange of nothing. It's prudent for Raila to look for another slay queen."
Samaki; "The divide has two sides. You have chosen your side well. You have God side and the other side. The church is on God side. The world is on the other side. It's a contest where everyone fits. We can't have you on our side. Kaa huko huko."
To cut the long story short, every Kenyan has a Democratic right to vote for his/her preferred candidate.
A set of reactions to Kipkorir's statement has been provided below;
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