It is now true that the august elections is now taking a new twist more so for the presidency race.The Kenya Kwanza powerful ally Ndindi Nyoro today again attacked former prime minister honourable Raila Amollo Odinga saying that he should retire peacefully after the august elections.
He added his normal trick of throwing stones will not work because stones cannot be converted to votes to allow him be the next president.It is true that the former prime minister honourable Raila Amollo Odinga have been a serious and political enigma in the country due to his wisdom in Kenyan politics.
Since the handshake was conducted in the country between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Amollo Odinga, deputy president William Ruto has been constantly attacking his boss terming him as a betrayer who should be rejected by all means possible ahead of the august elections.From the looks of things, Azimio team is now at a better chance of forming the next government.
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