Nandi UDA Senator Samson Cherargei has again resurfaced with tough claims on what Azimio leader Raila Odinga might be attempting to do. The vocal Kenya Kwanza politician has alleged that Raila Odinga is trying to force a handshake with President William Ruto which they will never accept. Cherargei has claimed that Raila Odinga has planned to hold countrywide demonstrations simply because he wishes to force Ruto allow him to join the Kenya Kwanza government.
In a video that he shared on his twitter account he informed the Azimio camp to accept its role as the opposition team and play its oversight role. Taking to his social account he said, "The Azimio-OKA planned demostrations is a ploy for a forced handshake or Nusu mkate government with His Excellency President William Ruto government this shall not happen." He has alleged that the Kenya Kwanza government is not ready to be joined by Raila Odinga. He pleaded with Ruto not to allow any handshake with Raila.
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