UHURU in panic mode as NIS warns him that he may lose 2017 elections to RAILA’s NASANews, Politics 00:00
... growing apathy among Jubilee supporters over corruption and he has lost popularity in both Central and Rift Valley regions which are considered Jubilee strongholds.
The NIS also told Uhuru that the formation of the National Super Alliance by ANC party leader, Musalia Mudavadi, and Raila Odinga will be a game changer because many Kenyans want change due to corruption by the Jubilee Government.
But Leader of Majority in Parliament, Aden Duale, said that Jubilee is aware of voter apathy in Jubilee strongholds and they are doing everything to convince the electorate that elected them in 2013 to wake up again at 4am and vote in Jubilee in 2017 with the same enthusiasm.
“We are not leaving anything to chance.”
“There are reports of growing apathy among Jubilee supporters and we must uproot this before elections,” Duale said.
The Kenyan DAILY POST