According to an article in the Taifa Leo newspaper, the ODM leader retired from politics and appointed Kalonzo as the Leader of the Opposition. Political analysts see this as an attempt to help Kalonzo prepare for the 2022 general elections by helping him build his career.
According to a Media Station report, an insider who requested anonymity said both Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, leader of the Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party, said Kalonzo got his. He said he congratulated him on his new position.
When Kalonzo's spokesman received a reply, he dismissed the report, adding that Raila would continue to act as opposition leader until he publicly held Kalonzo accountable for overseeing Ruto's government.
According to another report, former President Uhuru Kenyatta left the country shortly after William Ruto handed over power on Tuesday, September 13.
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