This comes after the Kieni Constituency Legislator took to Facebook and alleged that come rain come rainfall Rt Raila Odinga will be Kenya's 5th President; also used the context to reveal how he had taken his campaigns to Mitero area as he is set to defend his seat come August 9.
Kega's Facebook post comes at time Mt Kenya politicians allied to Azimio La Umoja Coalition have been busy on the ground trying to leave no stone unturned as they drum up support for Rt Raila Odinga's Presidential bid despite of criticism from Kenya Kwanza brigades; according to Kenya Kwanza components, selling Raila Odinga in the rich vote Mt Kenya is one impossible mission.
However, unexpected to Kega, his Facebook post and sentiments over Rt Raila Odinga sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans having a section of Kenyans disagreeing with him while others shared different opinions over the matter. Below are few of the comments;
@Jb Kapilo~ "Mr Kega, I think you should avoid involving Raila in your statements. I believe you know how Raila and good luck are two different things 😂. So kindly, campaign for yourself otherwise you'll cry with Baba in Bondo".
@Stacy Njoroge~ "😂 was it a must you mention Baba".
What is your opinion over Kanini Kega's Facebook post?
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