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Raila Reveals Why He Chose Not To Go To Streets To Demonstrate After Supreme Court Nullification

Raila Odinga has disclosed that he made the decision to remain silent when the Supreme Court of Kenya announced that President Ruto had been declared the winner of the 2022 elections. Raila disclosed this information in an interview that was conducted by the star newspaper. He stated that he had learned a valuable lesson from the events that transpired in Ivory Coast, where the two opposing sides of the conflict could not come to an agreement regarding who had won and who had lost. Raila Odinga has asserted that he is a statesman and that he will always make decisions that are in the best interest of Kenyans.

When the current president was asked whether he would run for reelection in 2027, he responded by saying that he would not discuss a time period so far in the future as the elections in 2027. As a result of his assertion that the leaders who were entrusted with the responsibility of leading have a voracious desire for public cash, he admonished Kenyans to be on the lookout for President Ruto's administration. "Ni wezi" he added.

Raila is unwinding while he announces that he has passed the leadership of the opposition to Kalonzo Musyoka for the time being while he reevaluates his options for the next step he will take.

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