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Kenyans respond to Joho after telling DP Ruto that he will be his worst nightmare when he becomes president

By Several authors | September 12th 2017

What audacity! This guy reeks of arrogance. Let me get it straight...he is campaigning for Raila and states that he will dominate his government?

That he is going to become president? That he will challenge Ruto? That means he believes Raila will only run for one term, that he will upstage Raila during his presidency and become president.

Wow! You really are arrogant. Mr Governor, it is the people who decide who becomes president. The way I see it, you are not presidential material. Peter Kibor, Nairobi

In 2007, who made Kibaki president? Kenyans? Just last month, Kenyans voted yes but who made UhuRuto president and deputy? There has never been any clean elected president in Kenya since Mwai Kibaki in 2002.

The problem in Kenya is we the people, instead of standing with the truth, bow to the masters of the political arena. Collince John Okombo

The only challenge is Joho translating his dream to reality, which is very difficult. A good leader who wants to lead always avoids unfulfilled threats; you only create fear and people hate you even before you start campaigning. Sammy Masinde

Joho is dreaming. DP Ruto is the kingmaker and Joho is not. Unsettled Raila started the same way and he is still struggling, his dreams diminishing faster. Chege Muikamba

Joho is no match for DP Ruto. Ruto is in another league while Joho is in Disneyland fantasising with his master, who is a perennial poll loser.

This is also a message to Kalonzo that their MoU is null and void. We will stand with Ruto to the end. John Maina

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