Oburu Odinga Reveals What Will Happen If DP Ruto's Impeachment Is Tabled, Reveals This About Raila
By kagane_ke | self meida writer
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East African Legislative Assembly Member of Parliament Hon Oburu Odinga has revealed what will happen if Deputy President William Ruto's impeachment is tabled disclosing fresh details about former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's 2022.
According to Oburu Odinga also a brother to ODM party leader Raila Odinga has said that they are very much willing to support Deputy President William Ruto's impeachment as earlier predicted by Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe however extending that they are not going to be in any way involved in initiating such a motion.
"If Jubilee initiates the impeachment of DP we will support it, but we will not initiate it for them," Oburu Oginga has said in an interview with KTN.
Revealing about his brother Raila Odinga's 2022 fate, Oburu Oginga has said that "Raila will not rely on Uhuru’s endorsement" questioning "how can he rely on his endorsement when he had won three times without Uhuru?"
Oburu Oginga has rubbished his past claims that raised eyebrows among DP Ruto's camp that they have the system and the deep state backing to win elections explaining that what he meant is that Raila won three elections but was not let to be President by State Machinery.
"I never used the word Deep State, I said Raila won three elections but was not let to be President by State Machinery," Oburu posed.
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