Speaking in his YouTube channel, political analyst Herman Manyora has asked President William Ruto not to ignore Raila Odinga's mass action country wide as it may impact negatively on his administration. According to the vocal analyst, President William Ruto should first deal with with Raila Odinga so that he can end the rallies and the focus on other issues like lowering the cost of living.According to Herman Manyora, Raila Odinga's mass action should not be taken lightly by the government and that he is there to ensure that President William Ruto is unable to meet his objectives contrary to the view of the government that he is after handshake as it has been his tendency.
Herman Manyora has never failed to show his love for the former premier in his analysis of the state of Kenyan politics. He was quoted claiming that Raila Odinga has concrete information on the allegations of stealing his victory by the IEBC Chair Dr Wafula Chebukati and the two commissioners Abdi Guliye and Boya Molu.
However, it's unclear if President William Ruto will take the position of Herman Manyora or will choose to operate has he has been doing earlier.
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