The controversial Kapseret member of parliament Hon. Oscar Sudi has yet again gone public to advise the presidential hopefuls, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Gideon Moi to either align themselves with Raila Odinga or deputy president William Ruto.
Sudi said that the 2022 presidential race will be between the former prime minister Raila Odinga of ODM and the deputy president William Ruto of United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
He further rebuked Raila's recent engagements with Mount Kenya region tycoons terming it a meeting of rich people to plan against the poor people adding that people should not talk ill about the deputy president when he meets the hustlers.
His statement was not well received by a number of his supporters with majority reminding him that they are safe in Raila's hand as president compared to other presidential hopefuls.
Others also told him that Raila Odinga would beat the deputy president William Ruto and becomes Kenya's next president urging to get used to Raila's presidency from September 2022.
Other section of Kenyans also warned him to stop talking about the rich versus the poor as Kenya heads to the general elections reminding him that no one chose to be born in either a poor or a rich family.
Others further advised him to look for ways of sourcing votes for the deputy president William Ruto instead of taking much of his time in talking about other presidential hopefuls.
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