As political temperatures continue to rise in Kenya, the two political bigwigs Raila Odinga and William Ruto are trying hard to ensure they are gaining more popularity day by day.The two are traversing the country to ensure they gather more votes ahead of 2022 general elections. The two are also ensuring that they get support from influential leaders who will support their Presidential ambitions.
Just a day after the President of the republic of Kenya made an indirect and strong remark about leadership and 2022 general election saying that leadership is not a sprint but a marathon there have been a lot of reactions from William Ruto's allies who have come in support of the deputy president since the president's remarks were indirectly directed to the second-in-command.
Speaking in a post through his social media account, the ANC Party Leader and OKA principal has join many suppoters of William Ruto in defending him.
Musalia Mudavadi has hit back at the president Kenyatta after president claiming Ruto is running so fast.
"If people are worried that the young people are running too fast, then they must wake up to the reality that the young people are tired of the OLD going too slowly." Hon musalia Mudavadi said.
Mudavadi's gesture to DP Ruto brings confusion to political suppoters as whether he is supporting DP Ruto or not.
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