Fireworks is expected on Citizen TV tommorow Monday from 6:am as the Royal Media TV station is set hot host the much awaited Political debate.
According to Citizen TV Twitter post, among the leaders who will be hosted include Kathiani Member of Parliamet, Robert Mbui, Uasin Gishu County Woman Representative Gladys Jepkirui Boss Shollei, Fred Okango, Secretary Political Affairs In Kenya National African Union, KANU Party and Political analyst and the University of Nairobi Professor Herman Manyora.
Here is the Citizen TV Twit.
“On #DAYBREAK this Monday: There's confusion in OKA as suspicion grips the nascent alliance. Principals are pursuing individual ambitions ahead of expected joint presidential ticket. Plus, what's with the violence at political meetings? Watch countdown to the election w/@SamGituku."
Picture courtsey of Sam Gituku on Citizen TV
Here is a reaction from a Netizen.
Timothy Mutheki replying to Citizen TV said “You will keep lying, telling us that Jubilee was destroyed to destroy Ruto and other 101 lies."
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