United Democratic Alliance party (UDA) Chairperson Hon Johnston Nduya Muthama has attacked Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential quest citing that he only want to be the President of this country just because he suffered in the past years in trying to fight for the democracy of the country.
According to Muthama, unlike Dp Ruto's yesterday speech during the Mashujaa Day celebration in Kirinyaga was full of his desire of social change, economic revival and promotion of equitable living for Kenyans, while that of Raila was of reminding the Mount Kenya people of the debt they owe him.
"@RailaOdinga wants to be Kenya's 5th President SIMPLY because he had suffered in the past. Wrong Move. Presidency is not a reward system. Suffering is not a leadership qualification. No wonder during Mashujaa Day he was reminding us of the debt the MOUNTAIN owes him while WilliamsRuto's speech dwelled on his desire for Social change, Economic revival and Promotion of equitable living for all Kenyans. Our desire is to have a President who is ready to guard our sovereignty as a Nation, Protect our borders against any External Aggression & act with utmost respect for our constitution. @WilliamsRuto is the REAL DEAL & his bottom-up," posted Muthama.
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