For quite some time rumors have been mushrooming that deputy president William Ruto may end up joining hands with former prime minister Raila Odinga ahead of the 2022 general election. However, deputy president William Ruto has been constantly disclosing that his main competitor is Raila Odinga. Ruto's statement downplays those rumors.
Miguna Miguna (photo courtesy)
Raila Odinga and William Ruto are the most ranked leaders in our country. Kenyans have been speculating that the two dual leaders may end up succeeding President Uhuru.
Today, Ruto's Man celebration has been cut short after Miguna Miguna's message. Muhammed Ali was celebrating that Ruto is the most followed politician in Kenya followed by Raila Odinga in the second position. Muhammed Ali is among the top ten in most followed leaders.
However, Miguna has slammed him when he told him to stop celebrating due to the statistics.
Miguna said"Mr. Moha Jicho Pevu, Don't some of us have more followers than some on the list? Or it is another BBI list? Rolling on the floor laughing"
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