United Democratic Alliance party member of parliament for Embu today electured the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga that he cannot compete against William Ruto for the top seat which the head of state and government Dr William Ruto will be defending his seat.
He now advises the opposition chief Raila Odinga to wait untill 2032 where he will be competing against the deputy president Dr William Ruto who will be seeking the presidential sweet after serving for two terms as the deputy president. "Wewe Raila Huwezani Na Ruto 2027, Ngoja 2032 Umenyane Na Gachagua," he said.
The vocal lawmaker said that the opposition chief Raila Odinga cannot even defeat Rigathi Gachagua in a free fair and varifyble elections just like the the one which was conducted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission in the last general election. He calls on Raila just to retire politically because he can't win the top seat.
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