His excellency president William Samoei Ruto was on the other day in a development tour of Nyanza region. Despite the visit largely being successful, kenyan top political analyst and a keen follower of Rt Hon Raila Odinga, Herman Manyora is currently reading otherwise.
According to the professor, his interpretations of the tour portray a picture of leaders trying to either play games with president Ruto, or in other terms doing what they did since they're compromised. He pointed out that it would be hard for such to happen, considering Azimio didn't recognize Ruto's win.File photo: President Ruto alongside governor Gladys Wanga during his visit to Homa-bay.
"You would think people like Orengo would be rolling out a red carpet for a man they believe didn't win the elections? It's either they were in other terms playing games with the president or these guys have been compromised," said professor Manyora, while seemingly pointing a case with James Orengo.
"Raila hasn't lost grip of the Nyanza region. It's either Nyanza has been compromised or they are being strategic. It cannot be another way," argued Manyora while touching on possibility of Raila Odinga losing control over his Nyanza political backyard. What would you tell Prof in the event you met him?
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