According to political analyst Peter Kagwanja, the opposition is failing to fulfill its responsibilities. Raila will form a shadow Cabinet and hire disgruntled coalition members, according to Peter Kagwanja.
Peter Kagwanja wants former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka to fully organize and form a powerful team to challenge Ruto's administration rather than walking the streets of Nairobi.
Peter Kagwanja is adamant that the opposition should be a government-in-waiting rather than a street brawl. Instead of walking the walk, the opposition has focused on street protests against William Ruto's government.
According to Peter Kagwanja, Raila Odinga should form a formidable opposition that can effectively challenge Ruto's Cabinet. He believes the former premier will set up an office where the opposition can fully prosecute cases.
Prof Peter Kagwanja: The opposition should look for an office to operate from. We want a headquarter where we can visit the opposition and ask for jobs.
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