Luo Nyanza kingpin Raila Odinga who is allied to Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition seems to be still keen on making a major comeback in 2027 polls despite loosing five consecutive presidential election to his rivals.
However a report covered by the Standard now alleges what former Prime Minister has been doing underground since loosing 2022 presidential bid to William Ruto.
In an interview with a number of his ODM insiders, supporters and political analysts established that the veteran opposition leader shouldn't be underestimated by Kenya Kwanza's government as he has been building a momentum for strong opposition as well gauging his own political strength as he begins rebranding himself ahead of next polls.
The same report claims that Odinga is just starting the quest to stop President William Ruto to dragging the country into dark old days, a statement which was lauded by Rangwe Member of Parliament Lilian Gogo. However reacting to his call of mass action against Ruto, Political pundits Barack muluka and professor Macharia Munene argued that Odinga is using the same tactic he has always used to sharpen his political career.
Meanwhile, let's wait and see what will happen next.
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