Amani National Congress party official Brian Mulama has now come out to decry the sad path that he claimed current political campaigns are taking. Taking a shot at their former coalition partner and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Mulama lamented it’s sad that a politician the caliber of Raila had sunk to the level of buying huge crowds, a tactic which he said had been previously only the preserve of deputy president William Ruto. He went on to add that he had intelligence reports concerning activities by Makadara member of parliament George Aladwa and Kamukunji East MP Babu Owino to that end.
Mulama was speaking while making an appearance on Radio Jambo’s weekly political show Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi which was hosted by Bramwell Mwololo. Alongside Mulama in the studio was former Jubilee party nominated senator Isaac Mwaura.
Mulama said that reliable sources had informed them that the mammoth crowds which were witnessed in Raila’s Eldoret rally a few days ago were actually people who were shipped in from Raila’s strongholds, and specifically Migori. He also went ahead to further allege, that in the last week’s huge Kamukunji rally, Makadara member of parliament George Aladwa had been going around giving youths money so as to attend and beef up the numbers in order to improve on optics. He further claimed that controversial Kamukunji East MP Babu Owino had also been involved in similar nefarious bribery operations.
He was speaking this while dismissing claims by the show’s host, Bramwell Mwololo, that the coming election scheduled for 2022 was a two-horse race between Deputy President William Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga, and that the rest are donkeys. Claiming on a light note that people should not despise donkeys since even in the Bible, it was a
donkey that eventually entered Jerusalem, Mulama imputed foul play on the part of Ruto and Raila.
He maintained that huge crowds and energised rallies were not a sure measure of somebody’s popularity on the ground, recalling that Raila himself had previously fallen in the same trap before.
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