Raila Amolo Odinga, the leader of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition, is currently a target of hostilities. As he waits for the Supreme Court's decision on his lawsuit contesting the selection of Deputy President William Samoei Ruto as the new president-elect, the former prime minister's political career is in jeopardy.
As his leading figures continue to join the Ruto-led Kenya Kwaza Alliance, Raila has continued to suffer political setbacks and lost the numerical advantage he was heavily counting on in both houses of Parliament.
In yet another Political Punch, the Njuri Ncheke Council of Elders expressed their regret to Kawira Mwangaza, the incoming Meru Governor, and assured her of their unwavering support.The elders have also stated that they never supported Azimio Captain Raia Odinga, which suggests a sudden change of heart.
The organization had previously vowed to support Raila, and now that events may have differed from their expectations, they must be modest and alter the political conversation.
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