You cannot discuss the state of kenyan politics without bringing up Martha Karua and dedicating a substantial chunk of your rant to her.
The name-bearer is just one of many people who are working nonstop to prevent William Ruto from being the name of whoever occupies the statehouse following the August election.
Since Ruto has demonstrably shown to be the most effective counterbalance to Samoei, Karua is collaborating with Raila Odinga to pursue her anti-Ruto political agenda.
Since taking office as Raila’s running partner, the leader of NARC-Kenya has created a camp in Mount Kenya to advance the beliefs of the Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Coalition party.
Will Karua adhere to her public speech commitment to provide Raila more than 87 percent of the vote in the area? I suppose not quite, then.
In his most recent speech, Mutahi Ngunyi asserted that if she worked hard, she might win more than 2.3 million votes.
The influence of Kalonzo in proportion to Karua’s was calculated using the infamous populist tyranny of numbers. The Wiper leader cut ties to Azimio recently after Raila failed to notice him.
Ngunyi asserts that Martha has a bigger influence than Kalonzo because she can mobilize more voters than Musyoka, whose Ukambani fan base has a vote total of under 1.7 million.