As it relates to his new strategy to challenge the government, ODM leader Raila Odinga is the victim of political lies from those close to him, according to analyst Barrack Muluka.
President William Ruto's leadership, according to Raila, needs to be held in check, so he has announced plans to hold anti-government protests and rallies.
However, Muluka, a former secretary general of the ANC, claims that the leader has lost the support he once had and is being misled by the politicians who are closest to him.
While Raila is aware that his time is up, he contends that this group is pushing him forward anyway in the hopes of continuing to profit from his name.
The rallies, according to political analyst Macharia Munene, are primarily about Raila rebranding himself ahead of future elections and have little to do with Ruto.
However, those close to the former prime minister have maintained that he is capable of carrying out his plan to liberate Kenyans and will eventually succeed.
"Raila is our leader, and we will follow his orders. Lilian Gogo, a member of Rangwe's parliament, said, "We can't let the new administration take us back to the bad old days.
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