Politicians eyeing the presidency have been frequent in the Mount Kenya region to persuade support for their bids in the upcoming 2022 general election.
ODM Party Director of Communication Philip Etale has pauses a tough question at DP Ruto on Mount Kenya triggering a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans.
Etale has asked DP Ruto for what he has done to Mount Kenya and be specific since they rejected the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) that sought to favor the Mountain.
"Our party leader Hon. Raila Odinga has been climbing Mt. Kenya since 1970's. What is it that tangatanga Leader has done to Mt. Kenya? Let them be specific. "One man one shilling", " addition of constituencies " , "35% county disbursement, all were in the BBI and will be implemented upon assumption of presidency by our party leader,"ODM Director of Communication Philip Etale said.
The question paused at the DP by Etale has triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed his timeline to pen various thoughts including;
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