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Jimmy Kainja

The difference is that it’s not opposition but Tonse Alliance followers - they want better leadership. People want real change, not a repeat of the disastrous past. People are tired of mediocrity, thievery, corruption, nepotism and cronyism. The leadership must be accountable…