Key Rift Valley region Member of Parliament has broken silence rubbishing the opposition chief Raila Odinga against his (Raila Odinga) alleged new plan.
On his social media page, the Nandi County Member of Parliament Hon Cherargei has associated Raila Odinga's demonstrations to a plan that is seeking to see the opposition chief being incorporated in the leadership of Kenya Kwanza administration which is led by William Ruto.
On his twitter page, Hon Cherargei alleged that the Azilio la Umoja planned demonstrations is a ploy for a forced handshake between the opposition chief Raila Odinga and the Head of State President William Ruto.
The Nandi County MP further rubbished the alleged plan informing that a handshake is not an option in the Kenya Kwanza administration. He further summed up his late night tweet stating that a handshake shall not happen in William Ruto's government.
''The Tinga/ Azimio-OKA planned Maandamo is a ploy for a forced handshake / Nusu mkate government with H.E RUTO government this SHALL NOT happen!. Kazi Ni kazi.'' Hon Cherargei tweeted.
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