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"No tyranny of Numbers in the August election." Says Mutahi Ngunyi.

President Kenyatta and His deputy launching public information Portal. PHOTO | Courtesy PSCU

The people of Wajir and Narok wants the Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho to visit them. They heckled to the president Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy president William Ruto and Majority leader Adan Duale some days ago, now they want Joho and ODM leader Raila Odinga to visit them. Political analysts outline the effects of heckling to the Leaders in the Jubilee party.



According to the reception, the president got at Migori, Wajir, Narok, Kisii and other areas show that he needs to pull up his socks to evade such a massive political fallout. According to the political analysists, the fallen Mugumo tree in their homeland as believed by the Agikuyu shows a dangerous sign.


The president should make sure that the NASA principals do not choose a flagbearer and disintegrate the coalition. The Jubilee party cannot clinch the presidential race with votes from one region only.


According to the "tyranny of numbers", Mutahi Ngunyi said, "The president should use even his last thoughts in changing people's minds because the numbers do not add up if the NASA will remain as it is. The living standards are high and a packet of flour now goes at Ksh. 200 so even in his home area there is a problem."


"All the Noise from these regions is because of high life standards and poor governance. The tyranny of numbers does not favour Jubilee because even the 1 Million votes Musalia Mudavadi got in 2013 will be in a central place. Without forgetting that in Rift Valley there is Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto, Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok and many more others who will deliver votes to NASA. In central we have Meru Governor Peter Munya who is also another threat with his PNU." He added.

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