Uhuru and Raila Online Wars and Warriors - Long Rant Version

#21
I have been scouring FB and Twitter like Kaparo is doing. It came to my realization that Raila's side is more loud and abusive than Uhuru's. I did a comparative test, which led me to check the numbers each of them commands as well as their contributions. As of now, on Twitter, Uhuru has 2.5M followers while Raila has 1.34M. On Facebook, Uhuru has 3.3M followers while Raila has 1.1M.

These figures have a flaw: there are people who follow both leaders on the two platforms. I want to think the most hardcore of Raila do not follow Uhuru and vice versa, but those who follow do so for attack and rebutting purposes. Uhuru is the current President, and may have followers outside the country. Raila was the former PM, and may have followers from outside the country. I also assume that access to both platforms is equal and evenly spread between the camps.

I sampled a few tweets from both handles and studied the likes, comments/replies, and reposts/retweets. Posts by Uhuru receive most negative remarks from likely Raila's followers but most likes and retweets from his followers. Raila's posts receive many positive remarks from his followers and few negative remarks from likely Uhuru fans, and many retweets and likes from his ardent followers.

In view of the above, I may conclude that Raila's followers are few and very active unlike Uhuru's. On the other hand, Uhuru's followers are many and inactive. With such a 'shallow' comparison, I can claim that the majority is silent. Given that politricks is now digital, that conclusion partly explains why Raila and fans do not see it coming until they are hit in the face. It 'may' also explain the reason they do not have specific claims for their failure because they are drunk with hate and spend time deluding themselves instead of convincing the opponents and undecided voters to join them.

View expressed here are similar to those of the crocodile as in my avatar: I patiently lay in wait until I catch a big one. Asande.
The simplest explanation is the best explanation.
Luo, like their brothers the Oga, are the loudest and most unruly.

From football, to campus politics, to national politics. It is their DNA.
Coupled with the fact that they have been in opposition since 1963, with small gaps in between when Raila or his father did not oppose the sitting president, the luos become more politically and emotionally attached. Cheering on Raila is their favourite online activity.

I actually regularly check Raila's and Kalonzo's page. The difference is clear.
On Raila's page, the luos are always cheering him on, even promising to boycott products he tells them to.
On Kalonzo's page, especially when it was thought he would be demonstrating, Kambas were wondering what happened to their god-fearing 'son' that he has resorted to sitting on tarmac.
 

C.A.I

Village Elder
#27
I have been scouring FB and Twitter like Kaparo is doing. It came to my realization that Raila's side is more loud and abusive than Uhuru's. I did a comparative test, which led me to check the numbers each of them commands as well as their contributions. As of now, on Twitter, Uhuru has 2.5M followers while Raila has 1.34M. On Facebook, Uhuru has 3.3M followers while Raila has 1.1M.

These figures have a flaw: there are people who follow both leaders on the two platforms. I want to think the most hardcore of Raila do not follow Uhuru and vice versa, but those who follow do so for attack and rebutting purposes. Uhuru is the current President, and may have followers outside the country. Raila was the former PM, and may have followers from outside the country. I also assume that access to both platforms is equal and evenly spread between the camps.

I sampled a few tweets from both handles and studied the likes, comments/replies, and reposts/retweets. Posts by Uhuru receive most negative remarks from likely Raila's followers but most likes and retweets from his followers. Raila's posts receive many positive remarks from his followers and few negative remarks from likely Uhuru fans, and many retweets and likes from his ardent followers.

In view of the above, I may conclude that Raila's followers are few and very active unlike Uhuru's. On the other hand, Uhuru's followers are many and inactive. With such a 'shallow' comparison, I can claim that the majority is silent. Given that politricks is now digital, that conclusion partly explains why Raila and fans do not see it coming until they are hit in the face. It 'may' also explain the reason they do not have specific claims for their failure because they are drunk with hate and spend time deluding themselves instead of convincing the opponents and undecided voters to join them.

View expressed here are similar to those of the crocodile as in my avatar: I patiently lay in wait until I catch a big one. Asande.
If you account for the multiple fake handles which is a deceptive strategy from the opposition then we can safely slash a third from the leader of the opposition's numbers.
RWNBP.
 

jambazim

Village Elder
#28
Most NASA followers to not take a breather to think and evaluate issues. Hence whatever is by there leaders, they take it as the gospel truth. No questions asked. Just because the leaders have said so. Then not vote because most of them didnt register as votes. Yet they are the loudest.
Jubilee guys are the opposite. They will follow but question everything. They will talk among-est themselves but in whispers.
Then Vote. Most registered as voters.
 
#29
Most NASA and Jubilee followers to not take a breather to think and evaluate issues. Hence whatever is by there leaders, they take it as the gospel truth. No questions asked. Just because the leaders have said so. Then not vote because most of them didnt register as votes. Yet they are the loudest.
Only a handful of them ask questions.
Then Vote. Most registered as voters.
Fixed
 

jambazim

Village Elder
#34
Uhuru's online supporters could be Chebukadnezzer trying to manipulate the public opinion in his favor.
PK had more online supporters than Uhuru at one time.
Online supporters dont vote.
Registered voters vote.
Jubilee areas have more registered voters than NASA areas. Fact.
 

Mzichi

Village Elder
#36
A repeat of the mistakes of the 8.8.2017 are not elections. You can tell who is scared.
It is very simple, JAP is a product of hacking and generating numbers. Bunge seeks to make the manual system, that carries Baba's 10 million strong, the main mode of transmission making Uhuru's hacked votes impossible to recur....why should NASA fear that?
 
#37
It is very simple, JAP is a product of hacking and generating numbers. Bunge seeks to make the manual system, that carries Baba's 10 million strong, the main mode of transmission making Uhuru's hacked votes impossible to recur....why should NASA fear that?
If JAP is not a product of hacking and generating numbers, why did Jubilee not ask for an audit of the system? They vehemently opposed it in Court sating it will take a long time. Hadi wa leo, no one in jubilee has asked for an audit of the system. Anyway, I am made understand that the amendments will not apply to the coming elections maybe 2022.
 

Ubongo

Village Elder
#38
It is very simple, JAP is a product of hacking and generating numbers. Bunge seeks to make the manual system, that carries Baba's 10 million strong, the main mode of transmission making Uhuru's hacked votes impossible to recur....why should NASA fear that?
Create a thread of what transpired in parliament we deduce
 

jambazim

Village Elder
#39
If JAP is not a product of hacking and generating numbers, why did Jubilee not ask for an audit of the system? They vehemently opposed it in Court sating it will take a long time. Hadi wa leo, no one in jubilee has asked for an audit of the system. Anyway, I am made understand that the amendments will not apply to the coming elections maybe 2022.
Why would you need to audit a system when you can manually count the votes? Count the votes and reject the automated system. Period..
 

Grundy

Village Sponsor
#40
I have been scouring FB and Twitter like Kaparo is doing. It came to my realization that Raila's side is more loud and abusive than Uhuru's. I did a comparative test, which led me to check the numbers each of them commands as well as their contributions. As of now, on Twitter, Uhuru has 2.5M followers while Raila has 1.34M. On Facebook, Uhuru has 3.3M followers while Raila has 1.1M.

These figures have a flaw: there are people who follow both leaders on the two platforms. I want to think the most hardcore of Raila do not follow Uhuru and vice versa, but those who follow do so for attack and rebutting purposes. Uhuru is the current President, and may have followers outside the country. Raila was the former PM, and may have followers from outside the country. I also assume that access to both platforms is equal and evenly spread between the camps.

I sampled a few tweets from both handles and studied the likes, comments/replies, and reposts/retweets. Posts by Uhuru receive most negative remarks from likely Raila's followers but most likes and retweets from his followers. Raila's posts receive many positive remarks from his followers and few negative remarks from likely Uhuru fans, and many retweets and likes from his ardent followers.

In view of the above, I may conclude that Raila's followers are few and very active unlike Uhuru's. On the other hand, Uhuru's followers are many and inactive. With such a 'shallow' comparison, I can claim that the majority is silent. Given that politricks is now digital, that conclusion partly explains why Raila and fans do not see it coming until they are hit in the face. It 'may' also explain the reason they do not have specific claims for their failure because they are drunk with hate and spend time deluding themselves instead of convincing the opponents and undecided voters to join them.

Views expressed here are similar to those of the crocodile as in my avatar: I patiently lay in wait until I catch a big one. Asande.
Take these result to Chebukati and ask him to declare Ouru the winner.
 

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