Running mates give  their debate a wide berth as only one participant turn up

Running mates give their debate a wide berth as only one participant turn up

BY JOHN WERU,NAIROBI,17TH JULY 2017-Only one candidate for  running mates turns up for the deputy  presidents debate orginozed by Debate media limited on Monday at the Catholic university of Eastern Africa CUEA.Muthiora Kariara who is  the running mate for Kavinga Kaluyu is the only one who turned up.

Runing mates for Ekuru Aukot, Michael Wainaina, Cyrus Jirongo, Japheth Kavinga, Joe Nyaga, and Uhuru Kenyatta ,Raila Odinga  Abduba Dida and their running mates: Miriam Mutua, Emmanuel Nzai, Orina Momanyi, Titus Ngetuny, Willaim Ruto and Kalonzo Musyoka, who did not turn out  will definitely blame them selves for not being around after Kariara used the opportunity to well articulate issues.

Kariara won hearts of many kenyans as UPESINEWS.CO.KE find out with many of them going on social media platforms to express their solidarity with him.

Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans on social media:

  Ladies mlisema all men are the same? Sawa tu lakini mjue kuna kaPercentage kadogo kamebaki. Sisi na kina Eliud Muthiora Kariara.


33 minutes ago  Eliud Muthiora Kariara is not the only biggest winner of this but also Miguna Miguna. He has had his 9115 seconds of fame on TV!

  39 minutes ago ….. Give Man half a chance….. And he grabs it… Kudos…..👏.. Eliud Muthiora Kariara

While appearing before a panel of KTN’s Sophia Wanuna and Citizen’s TV’s  Fred Indimuli at the session held at the Catholic university of Eastern Africa ,Muthiora proofed to the whole world that given the opportunity he and his candidate will deliver the promise of Kenya.He articulately takeld of how to handle corruption,economic stability ,and tribalism.

 His understanding of the challenges facing Kenyans is beyond imagination from inequity,  unemployment,wastage of public resources among others.

He took the podium   perfectly well completely diminishing the feeling that other candidates were also  expected.

Speaking at the Catholic University of East Africa (CUEA) grounds (the venue of the debates), the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) chairman, Francis ole Kaparo, and Nairobi gubernatorial candidate, Miguna Miguna,  challenged the Jubilee and opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) candidates to show up for the debates and explain to Kenyans why they need to be elected or re-elected.


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