Just a few months away from the 2022 General Election different political leaders have been preparing for the 2022 polls amid claims that some are waiting for the endorsement from the government to win the 2022 general election.
Taking to his Facebook page the former Senate deputy speaker has now alleged that the candidate that will be coming from the voice of the common man will defeat those who think that they will be sponsored by the government by a huge margin during 2022 polls.
In his post on Facebook, the senator has argued that the voice of the people will triumph in the 2022 general election as the people candidates are the ones who will win in the coming polls.
This comes at a time when the country is preparing for the general election and the race, to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta has been seen as the politicians have been moving around the country seeking support from the public.
"The candidate of Kenyans will beat the Government candidate by a 2 million vote margin. A whitewash like no other."
Meanwhile, do you agree with Senator Kithure Kindiki that the people's candidate will win the 2022 general election, with a huge margin share your thoughts?
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