Expectations continue to remain high as Friday 10th when Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is expected to make a major political declaration approaches.
Various guests are expected to grace the occasion at Kasarani including Raila's handshake partner, President Uhuru Kenyatta.
However, Political Analyst Edward Kisiang'ani has advised President Uhuru Kenyatta not to attend Raila's Friday event at Kasarani.
Kisiang'ani has advised President Uhuru not to attend Raila's Friday event claiming that it is a coup against Jamhuri Day, which will be Uhuru's last as President.
"As a citizen and voter in our great country, let me offer some third-rate advice to our President: Don't attend Raila's endorsement rally at Kasarani on 10th Dec. This rally is too close to Jamhuri Day. It is a coup against Jamhuri Day- your last Jamhuri Day as President!" Political Analyst Edward Kisiang'ani said.
Do you agree with Kisiang'ani? Should President Uhuru attend the Kasarani event on Friday 10th or not? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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