For a very long time,two of Raila Odinga's allies namely Mohamed Wehliye and blogger Robert Alai,have been claiming that Raila Odinga is being fooled by President Uhuru Kenyatta.They also added that the President is secretly campaigning for DP Ruto while holding Raila from preparing for his 2022 presidential bid.
And now Robert Alai,who is a close confidant of ODM,has revealed the Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua was fighting for Raila's meeting at Kenya Railways Headquarters to be called off.
Alai further claimed that there is something sinister with how things are turning out, adding that they should not agree to played.
Alai's remarks comes hours after Dennis Itumbi,a self proclaimed Hustler Spokesman, leaked details alleging how the deep state are working to stop Raila Odinga from winning the 2022 presidency.
Itumbi further revealed that Gideon Moi,the KANU chairman,was being groomed by State House to take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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