Today is a special day for Kenyans as they are going to elect their preferred leaders who are going to lead them for the next 5 years. Speaking of election, popular blogger that is Andrew Kibe has recently come out to speak on matters election.
According to Kibe, Kenyans want Raila Odinga but on the other side, they need William Ruto to lead them. Although it sounds a bit confusing, Kibe used the analogy of Mother and father in a family. To him, mother can not provide everything in the family and that is where the father takes in.
"... whom do you guys really want? I'll tell you whom you want. You want Raila. That is what you want but you need Ruto. Its like you want your mother but you also need your father." Andrew Kibe said.
Kibe went on against Raila claiming that if Raila is elected, he will have no difference with Uhuru Kenyatta in his first term.
"...with Raila, we would have really enjoyed and partied because Raila would have been asleep most of the time. That is like the first 5 years of Uhunye( Uhuru Kenyatta).” He added.
However, Andrew Kibe blasted Jalango for joining politics. Jalango is vying for a member of parliament seat for Langata constituency. Kibe seems to have a 'grudge' with Jalango as he went on and openly wished him that his competitor beats him in the race.
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