Dan Maanzo: It's Time for Raila to Give Others a Chance, His Popularity Has Declined
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War of words between former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's camp and former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka continue to blame each other. A close ally of the Wiper Party Leader Dan Maanzo has said that Odinga has failed to honor what he had promised other NASA Co_ principals. Maanzo has Maintained that Raila's time is over because his popularity has gone down.
"There's was a written agreement between Raila Odinga and other Co_principals at NASA Coalition but the Raila Odinga has chosen a different path. The agreement was that whether Raila Odinga wins or loses, he was supposed to leave to others. Something else, Raila Odinga's following and fame has massively declined. His own party is also in turmoil. They are also tired of Supporting him," Dan Manzo.
"It's time for Kalonzo Musyoka to be given a chance, if kenyans can look at his past record, he stand a better chance of succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta," continued Maanzo
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