One of diehard supporter of Raila Odinga and Azimio LA umoja from Mt Kenya, who was vying for senator Murang'a county with ODM ticket, Pius Kinuthia today tweeted on his twitter page that Handshake was Good for the country, but immersing ourselves so deep into Jubilee Government affairs to the extent of defending the government , we ended up carrying all the ills of the government on our shoulders.
Ja tweeted, "Our undoing was to Allow Uhuru to take control of our campaign activities we got it wrong when everything was being controlled from OP."
Tunisa tweeted, "Unknown to you, carrying the ills of the Jubilee Government was the secret deal between UK & WSR meant to finish you. And, you fell for it. How was it that UK would honestly facilitate you to become President? How?"
Maurice tweeted, "Nope. The problem was that there was no trust within the players with Jubilee machineries always playing safer to an extent of betraying their ideals. Two people can't walk together lest they first agree to do so."
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