Kakamega County Senator Dr Boni Khalwale, has alleged out the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition party leader Raila Odinga's previous mistake, which makes him look less serious in his current threats to President William Ruto's government that he is going to lead a mass action protest againt high cost of living.
Speaking during an interview with Citizen television today morning show dubbed Daybreak, Khalwale claimed that Raila has already profiled himself in the manner he behaves soon after every election so as to make himself attractive for a handshake.
He has already profiled himself as a person who looks for a handshake with rhe elected president after every election, therefore his current behaviour is not a different one that's how he behaves after losing an election. The current government under President William Ruto knows him very well that he is just making himself attractive for a handshake, he is not serious about the demands he is making.
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