Raila is the evil prostitute – Mutahi Ngunyi [video]

Mutahi Ngunyi takes on Raila Odinga again.


In his opinion piece title: Lord of Poverty – Unmasking the Raila 2017 Magic, Mr. Ngunyi states that like the two women who approached King Solomon over a baby, Odinga was the woman who wanted the King to split the toddler so that each could go with a piece.

“This election is like the contest between the two biblical prostitutes, one of them wants the country to split into two and the other one screams at the thought,” the analyst notes.

Prof Ngunyi opines that the former Prime Minster was the evil prostitute who wanted King Solomon to split the baby because he would rather see the baby dead than let anyone else have it.

“The mother who lies to become president is fake and the mother who kills country so that no one inherits it is the fake mother. If this is true then we should ask two questions. One between Uhuru and Raila who has 10 Million votes? Who is lying that the baby is his and the 10 million vote is the evidence? This man is the evil prostitute.

“Two between Uhuru and Raila who will tell Solomon to split the country to two if the baby is not given to him? Who will burn country in order to become President?” he states.

According to the political scientist, the August 8 Election is a replay of the 2007 General Election.

“In 2007, we knew that something was wrong but we could not tell what exactly it was. The country was uneasy but we did not know why,” Ngunyi mentions.

Mr. Ngunyi notes that the fact Odinga has a tally center which he allegedly wants to use to declare himself a winner is a cause for alarm.

He theorizes that since Odinga announced that he will not go to the court if the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) declares him the looser but rather go to the people, was also  another cause for alarm.

“As we get into campaign mode, we should remember that the country is not in a good place,” he opines.

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