Orange democratic movement leader Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga has left many guessing what he is up to following his recent actions that included trading Barb's with his former National Super Alliance ( NASA) partners and cautioning against criminalization of the 'hustler' narrative.
Outside Raila's circles, the move to defend the Hustler talk has been interpreted as him warming up to Deputy president William Ruto after the grouping of his National super Alliance partners with KANU chairman Gideon Moi.
Raila Amollo Odinga's circles, however, his asking of member of Parliaments not to formulate alaw against the Ruto led 'hustler'narrative is seen as an opportunity for him to return himself and his party to defending of human Rights and freedom of expression.
Political commentator Barack Muluka says Raila's statement on "Hustler" followed a protest letter by his former spokesman Salim Lone, former editor who fled the country in the KANU era during a clampdown on human rights activists.
Mr.Lone argued that criminalization of Hustler talk would return the country to a single party dictatorship.
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