KIDERO SHOULD STOP WASTING OUR TIME AND QUIT ODM TO JOIN JAP
By Phil W
When he saw Governor Ali Hassan Joho had taken up leadership of the ODM presidential campaign, he nearly died of peer envy and in attempt to bait ODM supporters he quickly joined in and it was not long before he made an unsolicited declaration that he “would bankroll Raila Odinga presidential campaign”. Pure BS.
Now the pressure of an impeachment motion has Kidero completely smitten and weak in the knees infront of President Kenyatta. It does not bother us at all!
We are telling Governor Kidero in broad daylight. We are not fools. Neither are we dumb. Keep your blood money to yourself.
We have not forgotten Kidero continues to sponsor FORD-K’s Wetang’ula untenable presidential run something for no other reason than to frustrate unity in CORD. This sponsorship.of Wetangula led to Raila Odinga skipping a rally in Kakamega because Kidero’s money was used to cause mayhem and was probably calculated physically injure the ODM Party Leader.
Kidero is also openly sponsoring a prominent blogger to persistently denigrate and undermine the ODM party leader and to a very bad extent insult one of the ODM first daughters. It’s a poorly kept secret.
This same Kidero is lending financial support to Wiper to build their capacity to undermine both the ODM Party Leader in Nairobi as well as his DPL in Mombasa both of whom he wants weakened politically as he prepares his political future as ODM kingpin.
His own newspaper ‘The Star’ publishes regular sleazy, distasteful and unfounded propaganda against ODM and its leadership almost on a daily basis, including handing unfettered access by JAP principals to the paper’s editorial decisions on what to publish and not to publish.
It is a well calculated strategy to ensure his individual success but orchestrate the failure of Raila Odinga. Team Kidero gains when Raila is in the opposition. We know you lackeys and we will name you in the fullness of time.
We are telling billionaire Kidero that he is a political minion who Raila Odinga can consign to political oblivion at the snap of his fingers.
Kidero comments against Raila Odinga remain inconsequential. Raila Odinga is running for president in 2017 and will win again as he did in 2007 and 2013.