The former Nairobi Governor is now trending on social media after he gave Kenyans a glimpse of 2022 general elections, in the post he wrote "...from the little experience I have in politics there's no permanent enemity...since 2022..a two horse race between the two R's do you think there's a possibility..." See the full details in the post below. This post by Mike Sonko has elicited different reactions from Kenyans, with some associating tgemselves with UDA party and some ODM, the presidential candidates will always unite regardless of the results, so we should also unite among ourselves to avoid blood shed.As Kenyans, let's practice love and unity, general election is not the end of live, there is more life past that, vote for a leader not based on your tribe, vote for the leader with good leadership skills, and a good leader comes from God.Let's pray for a peaceful election, as there have been many lives lost in the past elections, and as Kenyans let's accept the results that will be announced by the IEBC, in the election results some of to loose so that one will win.
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