Information hitting the political airwaves is that, Azimio- One Kenya coalition leader, Hon Raila Odinga is put in litmus test on who will take over from him within the coalition.
This is after source to writer inform that Wiper Democratic Movements party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Azimio's deputy in previous elections Martha Karua, also owner of Narc Kenya pary has kick start plans to take the mantle from him.
In recent days Wiper party insiders have asked former prime minister to hang up political boots and pass the leadership mantles to Senior Counsel, Kalonzo Musyoka who have stood with him twice. Martha Karua on the hand has initiated political moves, recent tour being in Kakamega County.
The jostling poses a great danger on the opposition wing ahead of 2027 general elections as Azimio leader Raila Odinga indicating he is not ready to retire after losing his fifth stab for Presidency to President, William Ruto and Deputy Rigathi Gachagua of Kenya Kwanza coalition.
"People are saying Raila is tired and should retire. I will not stop fighting for better Country. Until such a time when things will be fine in Kenya, we shall continue calling for better governance." Raila Odinga told supporters while in Siaya County during the final farewell of Ida Odinga late bodyguards Barack.
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