By Sospeter Odeke Ojaamong via FB
The two Luhya leaders Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula, who are One Kenya Alliance (OKA) luminaries, should allow former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga use his last bullet to catapult him to State House in 2022.
Raila deserves a chance to be Kenya’s fifth president.
There is no hidden sectret that the battle to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta after next year’s polls will be a two-horse race between Raila and William Ruto.
There is no need for the two luhya leaders to relagate themselves to weeping boys by not supporting the former Prime Minister to ascend to the highest seat in the country.
In terms of merit and for being an advocate in championing devolution in the country, the Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) leader deserves a chance to lead Kenyans.
The whole country and the world are rooting for Raila as the best bet to take Kenya to the next level, thus the need by all Kenyans to support his bid.
The wave is going to change in the next few months with Raila’s candidature taking centre stage. I am not mincing my words in atticulating for that rallying call.
I am categorical that Western region has a sure bet of one of its son or daughter taking over from Raila, thus the need to support the former PM.
ODM in full Odinga Danganya Mudavadi imefika mwisho.
Odinga is doomed if Ruto floors him! He will collapse and die as broken man and his family will disintegrate!
Odinga is short sighted and very greedy he throuhr allies frm committee and chewed political partied funds aĺone . Use and damp ilisha. Mjimga eerevuka
I think all these opposition leaders deserve what they get. How can people lala so much mpaka wanapangwa kama wajinga. If somebody promises you something and then you find yourself always pressuring the person to do the things that make it apparent that you have an agreement, that should indicate to you that he is insincere, or reluctant to keep the promise. If BBI passes, I will be preparing for another president Moi. This tyranny of numbers story is just nonsense. BTW, all communities in Kenya who have been historically been marginalized can also join together to form a true tyranny of numbers. It would make more sense than these begging trips to My Kenya which guarantee nothing. Only Ruto may succeed with that strategy. Why wouldn’t one plan to be a winner rather beg to be made a winner.