As we approach the much awaited general elections next year, citizens are weighing our politicians based on their agenda and how they have been conducting themselves in their profession.
Among the top presidential aspirants in Kenya,there are some who are branded nicknames for not being serious about the presidency.
One twitter user has left his followers laughing after likening the Kenyan political trio of ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper's Kalonzo Musyoka and Ford Kenya's Moses Wetangula to the marketing deal of 'buy one, get one free'.
This is due to their bromance in politics seeing whereby they follow each other wherever they go.
It means that if you manage to win one of them,be sure to have the other two as they seem to unanimously agree on the way forward.
At one time they were even branded as leaders who threaten to vie for presidency after every 5 years.
They were formely in NASA coalition as co principals with Raila Odinga before defecting to One Kenya Alliance (OKA) together with Kanu's Gideon Moi.
However,the trio seem undecided still as they have been holding talks with various serious candidates ahead of 2022.
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