After Raila Odinga lost in the August 9 general elections to William Ruto, there were a lot of blame games within Azimio members. Some are saying that some Azimio members embezzled the campaign funds, among other issues.
According to the AmLive TV morning show, Dismus Mokua, a political risk analyst, explained that Raila Odinga lost the election because of the Jubilee party. He said Raila Odinga carried Jubilee liabilities on his neck. He further mentioned that Raila lost key people like Jimmy Wanjigi.
Dismus explained the Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula factors should Raila Raila retain them. He stated that the two would have worked on turnout in his strongholds in the Western region.
Dismus said Raila has a high appetite for not maintaining friends. He said Raila would have maintained NASA.
According to the breakfast show, Mark Bichachi also said Raila Odinga did everything in his power to lose the election. He said Raila Odinga should reorganize themselves in preparation for the 2027 elections.
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