Although the results of the just completed August general election for president have not yet been accepted by Raila Odinga, it appears that he has moved on and accepted that he is the head of the opposition. That's because Baba has been keeping President William Ruto's administration on its toes recently by acting like the true opposition leader.
As of right now, it appears that relations between President William Ruto's administration and the Raila opposition camp are deteriorating. Today, a potential showdown emerged after Kenyans learned more about Baba's plans to assassinate the head of state.
The Daily Nation claims that Raila Odinga is even considering holding a separate Jamhuri Day celebration, which might work against Ruto's side. According to reports, Raila will start a number of anti-government campaigns on December 7, which could cause Ruto some sleepless nights. Today, hustler fund has been launched today, follow my channel to know how to apply for it.
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