Nakuru Governor, Lee Kinyanjui, is among the leaders who have declared to support the former prime minister, Raila Odinga, in his 2022 presidential bid. Kinyanjui has also dumped Jubilee party to join Ubuntu party which he is expected to use in his quest for gubernatorial re-election.
On Sunday, December 5th, the governor experienced a rough time as he tried to convince a section of Nakuru residents why Raila is the better option.
The residents ended up disagreeing with him where a large section of the crowd ended up chanting UDA slogans. The residents were very categorical that they were not ready to support Raila in 2022.
“I know some of you here might have different opinions on who should be the next head of State after the retirement of president Uhuru Kenyatta. I have joined Ubuntu party and I have chosen to stand with Raila. Do you want me to stay with Raila?” asked Kinyanjui.
The locals answered No, while others went on to chant UDA. The embarrassed Nakuru Governor was forced to divert from that topic and asked the crowd to support his gubernatorial bid.