Emurua Dikir legislator Johana Ngeno has publicly told Baringo Senator Gideon Moi that he will not support his bid to become the next President in the upcoming 2022 general elections. The legislator was in the same event with Moi in Emurua Dikir constituency.
Ngeno was elected on a KANU ticket but he shifted allegiance to Deputy President William Ruto's side. He has been selling Dr Ruto's agenda in Narok Constituency and when the people from Mau forest was being evicted by the government he was at the forefront trying to give them shelters and food.
Senator Gideon without his family name is like an empty pizza box which is beautifully tempting but light and empty. He is a padded prince who grew up believing that Kenya is a monarchy and one day he would wake up and become a president. Outside his father’s compound in Kabarak, he cannot manage to pull any political rally. Unless President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga agree to back him in an alliance he might be able to get some votes.
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