After losing the August Nineth to President William Ruto, the ambition to one day become Kenya's President is now done and dusted as Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party insider reveals the veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga will not vie again come 2027 general elections.
According to the source, ODM party leader Raila Odinga will not vie again and that is why they are unapologetic to affiliate party in Azimio over the growing concern from parliamentary groups.
In recent days, Azimio la Umoja coalition has been hit with massive sibling rivalry from affiliate parties including Jubilee party and KANU party who have both threatened to ditch the coalition over ongoing war ln parliamentary Service Commission after ODM replaced Fatuma Dullo with ODM's Okong'o Omogeni.
However, ODM remain unshakable party leadership In form that party leader Raila Odinga will not contest again and therefore have nothing to lose from wrangles in Azimio.
"We have nothing to lose as Raila will not vie again," Insider revealed.
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