Should the Supreme Court upholds Deputy President William Ruto's victory, it would implications on the outgoing President Kenyatta, according to political analyst Fred Sasia.
His remarks came barely weeks after Wafula Chebukati declared Ruto as President-elect.
The announcement drew alot of criticism and mixed reactions from the former Prime minister's allies who saw apparent betrayal.
After publicly backing Raila's state house bid, Sasia argued that president Kenyatta would be a better leader if Mr Odinga won.
He said that DP Ruto's ascension to the power will also disgrace president Kenyatta since Mr Kenyatta had often described DP Ruto a bad candidate and leader who should not be allowed to lead Kenyans.
He said that doing so would also deprive Mr Kenyatta’s role from being President Raila's advisor Raila as the duo agreed ealier.
Sasia added that should Supreme Court nullifies Ruto's win, he must win in the rerun in order to desist from becoming the first Kenyan leader to lose after having his victory nullified.
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