Top politician Boni Khalwale has raised concerns on Raila Odinga's future as he reveals touching details of how he is being made to run in circles. According to Khalwale, the former Prime Minister is being made to run in circles in a choreographed strategy by the a section of top politicians who tend to support him. Khalwale claims that Raila is being used by the top politicians who purport to be his close allies.
Khalwale is among DP Ruto's close allies, his is a strong member of UDA as he seeks to support the Deputy President William Ruto ahead of next year's general elections. Despite being in Ruto's camp, Khalwale regularly makes criticism on the opponent camp as he reveals sensitive information concerning other top politicians. This time round he has decided to spill the beans as he seeks to reveal the plans to finish up Raila Odinga ahead of the general elections.
However, Khalwale's confessions have not augured well with a section of Kenyans who have gone ahead to slam him over his outrageous statement on the former Prime Minister Raila. Questioning his authenticity, a section of Kenyans asked to know whether he has decided to quit UDA as he reveals crucial details in Raila's camp.
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