Raila Odinga's secretariat's communications Director Denis Onyango, has warned president William Ruto over his move to undo some of the major decisions former president Uhuru Kenyatta made.
Taking to his social media pages, Onyango likened the president to former United States Of America's President Donald Trump who he claimed entered the office with a mindset of undoing the things his predecessor Barack Obama Did.
Onyango argued that instead of undoing what Obama did, Trump himself got undone and even attempted to stay longer in power despite having been voted out.
He predicted that president William Ruto could face the same thing Trump faced should he continue with the trend of reversing Uhuru's decisions.
"Donald Trump spent his four years in the White House trying to undo everything Obama did in 8 years." He posted on his social media pages.
"In the end, it’s Trump who got undone and had to try hanging on by force. If we continue like this, the rush to undo what Uhuru did will be our Trump moment in 2027." He added.
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