Political analyst and human rights defender Mr Mutahi Ngunyi has come out publicly to tell Kenyans that the azimio la umoja one Kenya coalition party leader Mr Raila Amollo Odinga will frustrate president William Samoei Ruto until he gives in to his demands.The political advisor said that the azimio la umoja one Kenya coalition party leader Mr Raila Amollo Odinga will continue holding rallies until president William Samoei Ruto accepts his handshake deal.
The political advisor said that the azimio la umoja one Kenya coalition party leader Mr Raila Amollo Odinga has definitely decided to go for the frustration style where the chief opposition leader frustrates the tough nut to crack government till they give in.He said that for as long as the president of the republic of Kenya Mr William Samoei Ruto is still adamant that he does not want handshake in his cabinet he should prepare himself to deal with chaos and stabs.
He said that the only way the president of the republic of Kenya Mr William Samoei Ruto can work peacefully and see to it that he achieve his goals to kenyans is if he brings on board the azimio la umoja one Kenya coalition party leader Mr Raila Amollo Odinga.The political analyst said that Uhuru Muigai kenyatta did this and he succeeded because he worked peacefully without strikes and confrontations until he retired in 2022.
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