Mbadi Tells says Ruto is like a man selling hyena in the market: “His crowds are curious people, not followers” Kenya News
- John Mbadi urged ODM supporters not to feel threatened by the crowds attending William Ruto’s events as they were only curious
- Mbadi said votes were not a thing to look out for like DP Ruto did
- According to the lawmaker, presidential campaigns aimed to create alliances and coalitions
South Suba MP John Mbadi told ODM supporters not to worry about the huge crowds attending Vice President William Ruto’s events.
Mbadi compared Ruto to a man who goes to the market with a hyena in the hope of selling it, saying such a trader will certainly get a lot of attention than other people selling cattle.
Mbadi, who is the national president of the ODM, urged ODM supporters not to feel threatened by the crowds attending the events in Ruto, arguing that they did not reflect the membership of the DP, but people amused by someone “selling a hyna in the market”.
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“When someone goes to the market with a hyena, he will inevitably attract a lot of people compared to a seller who goes to the same market with a big cow, that does not mean that he is looking to buy the hyena, he is only surprised. of how the animal can be sold in broad daylight, ”Mbadi said.
He further added that votes should not be researched like DP Ruto did. According to Mbadi, Ruto had made his candidacy for state house on a matter of life and death.
The politician said the presidential campaigns were aimed at building alliances and coalitions, which the ODM party focused on.
Mbadi assured his supporters that Raila Odinga’s name would appear on the ballots and be the fifth president succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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The lawmaker, however, expressed disappointment with various leaders in the region who were forming political affiliations to compete with the former prime minister in the upcoming general election in 2022.
“That some of our leaders, including myself, losing our political seats is not a problem, as we all look forward to Raila becoming the next president of this nation,” Mbadi said.
He urged the residents of Nyanza to rally to their party leader, saying now is not the time to divide.
Mbadi spoke to Rangwe when he attended his mother-in-law’s funeral.
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In a separate story, TUKO.co.ke reported that city businessman Jimmy Wanjigi called on the ODM party to conduct the grassroots elections for branch officials to inject fresh blood into opposition outfits.
The former NASA financier called for a free and fair nomination of the party’s presidential candidate in accordance with the party constitution and not through a board decision.
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Speaking in Siakago, Embu County, on Saturday, September 4, Wanjigi said he understood the party’s constitutional requirements for the suitability of its presidential flag bearer.
Wanjigi denounced the lack of opportunities for young Kenyans given the difficult economic environment and unfavorable government policies he vowed to change once elected president.
“We need someone like me who can lead an economic revolution. Kenyans are living in poverty and they need a leader who can help them put money in their pockets. There is no third release without financially empowering the people, ”he said.
Article by Zabbiba Adhiambo, correspondent for TUKO.co.ke
Source: Tuko Kenya