The Kiminini member of parliament honorable Didmus Barasa, who is beleived to be a close associate of the deputy president honorable William Ruto, has launched an attack to the former prime minister Raila Odinga.
Mr. Barasa belongs to Kenya Kwanza coalition, whose flagbearer is the deputy president himself among other core principals including the former vice president, honorable Musalia Mudavadi of Amani National Congress party and senator of Bungoma honorable Moses Masika Wetangula.
The honorable member has stated that the president himself has noticed that selling Mr. Odinga to Kenyans is like selling pork in United Arab States, this shows impossibility and and very rare chance of the former prime minister Mr. Odinga succeeding the outgoing president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The honorable member went on and explained that president Uhuru is trying very hard to retire with his brother Raila after the general polls scheduled on 9th of August 2022. All these happens when it is only remaining less than three months to the set date.
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