Mt Kenya vocal leader honorable Ndindi Nyoro has reportedly told Raila Odinga to hold a meeting and address some political issues before 2022 general elections. Raila should hold a meeting and say that he will be okay if he looses the 2022 general elections.
In a video posted by a writer in his you tube channel. Ndindi Nyoro reportedly told Raila that he should hold a meeting. And say that he will accept if he looses the presidential seat in 2022 general elections. He will accept and go home peacefully. Because Dp Ruto will win the presidential seat and become the fifth president of the republic of Kenya.
"Sasa mimi nataka aite mkutano moja. Naaite mkutano mchana aseme yeye akishindwa mwezi wa nane hataenda kujiapisha. Na hataleta vurugu Kenya ataenda nyumbani kama wale wengine. Na ajue vile amezoea kurusha mawe hakuna pahali iebc watahesabu mawe. Na aelewe kushindana na mahustlers hakuna maneno ya handshake. Na hakuna maneno ya mkate nusu akishindwa aende nyumbani", says Ndindi Nyoro.
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