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"The two messages KIELEWEKE avoided as they accompanied BABA in the MOUNTAIN.
1. None of them spoke anything against Dp Ruto's UDA Party, Kenya, Wheelbarrow, Hustler or Hustler-In-Chief. You knew what NOT to touch.
2. None of you asked the People to vote Baba"
This are bold claims according to vocal TangaTanga blogger, Dennis Itumbi, as he posted it on his twitter hurdle timeline. This is following Raila Odinga's political tour to the Mountain Region.Picture for illustrative purpose.
This attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Sometimes give credit to where it’s due, Raila's tour was well organized and they articulated issues that affects the residents very well devoid of politics of name calling, insults and propaganda, you guys can continue with your usual politics.
*So you think UDA and Ruto should be in the centre of discussion in every political rally ahead of 2022? You are lost, we have more important issues yo address, mature politics.
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