Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader Raila Amollo Odinga has revealed his next possible move if the popular Building Bridges Initiative fails at the High Court.
Speaking in Mombasa County during the Celebrations of Eid ul Adha. Raila Odinga made iclear that he has a plan B, if BBI fails at the High Court. He accused DP William Ruto of playing dirty Politics across the Country for the sake of his own personal Interests.
The former Prime minister Raila Odinga said that he does not depend on any Politician to make it in his Political Career, especially ahead of the 2022 General Elections. According to Odinga, his next move will surprise his Political opponents.
The ODM leader revealed that his Political relationship was President Uhuru Kenyatta purportedly meant for Unity, and not in a favour of paying him back on what happened in 2017.
"My focus as Party leader is not on BBI as most of you might be spreading rumours and alleging. I have a plan B incase BBI is rejected by the Court."
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