Kenyans have taken to social media with mixed reactions after Moses Kuria who is still recovering from a hospital bed predicted 2022 general election outcomes.
Taking to social media this Friday, Kuria has said there will be no straight round one winner in the coming presidential election.
According to him, there will be a run-off.
It will be a run-off," he said, sparking mixed reactions from Kenyans
Kenyans in the comment section shared different opinions, with those supporting DP William Ruto saying he will take the win during the first round.
Kanini Kega: Never! Musa on this one it will be an outright win just like 02. save this post
Kritikhol Aketch: NEVER. It will be a LANDSLIDE ~~~~ AZIMIO LA UMOJA
John Kahiga: Moses has raised his stake and declared so, who are we to say no. but UDA all way
Moses Kemboi: Make your political stand known. It is not easy to go battlefield with a soldier who has a divided loyalty!
Eric Ndemange: Mhesh I thought you will take a sabbatical leave from politics so that you can recovery?
Stellah K Charles: You will be in for a rude shock 😂😂Mt Kenya foundation my foot!!
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