Mutahi Ngunyi "lost for words" after Raila-Uhuru meeting

Surprising turn of events.

The controversial analyst posted a cryptic tweet after a presser where the two prominent politicians addressed the nation after their meeting.

Ngunyi, who is known for his vocal opinions on politics in Kenya, surprised his followers after posting something so succinct.

Odinga explained during the briefing that his reason for attending the meeting was to unite the country.

"We have responded to our challenges by mostly running from them, we have moved from election to election never asking what effects these challenges will have on our nation,"  he explained.

The Head of State further agreed with him saying, "Starting today we begin a process of togetherness and we look forward to the support of every single leader and Kenyan."

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