The former premier Raila Odinga has revealed as to why he never caused chaos and trouble after the August 9th polls. According to Odinga, he realized that causing chaos in the country would without a doubt have led to deaths and expose him to the International Criminal Court.
Here is a link: https://nation.africa/kenya/news/politics/icc-factor-made-me-accept-ruto-s-victory-says-raila-odinga-3968870
The former premier Raila Odinga is confident that at the moment, he has accepted that indeed William Ruto is the president of Kenya though he is in office illegally. Odinga hopes fresh reforms will be carried out in IEBC and the Judiciary so that it reflects his wishes and the interest of Kenyans.
According to the former premier Raila, it's evident that the ICC factor informed of his decision not to cause tension in the country. Raila Odinga is confident that the president of Kenya must organize his government and ensure all regions are fully taken care of.
Raila Odinga is convinced that indeed the Azimio coalition won the elections by over 60 percent support. According to the former premier Raila Odinga, he is organizing himself for future elections.
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