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Mishra Kiprop MP Kesses meets Gideon Moi and it's said that half of MPs in Uasin Gishu are behind Gideon Moi. This is according to popular Investigative Journalist cum Political Analyst Matsanga David as he boldly and confidently said captioning the two leaders meeting. Picture for illustrative purpose.
This facebook post attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Senetor Gideon Moi in 2017 got votes and won though he was almost to be defeated. Just wait and see nothing of your prophecies will happen, William Ruto is kalenjin kingpin.
*This will definitely help heal so many other wounds.
*Mt Kenya region don't owe DP William Ruto the presidency. His people voted for President Uhuru Kenyatta because he was to be the Deputy President. In short they voted William Ruto not Uhuru Kenyatta.
*It does not matter who is behind who, all what matters is individual ideologies and capacity to lead our Great Nation.
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