President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to support ODM Party leader Raila Odinga in the 2022 elections. According to Mutahi Ngunyi, the impending coalition comprises only of those trustworthy and loyal to the course.
He stated that ODM, as it is, is full of spies installed by Deputy President William Ruto. These spies are paid to release information that they should not give out quickly. "It is very normal for politicians to have spies on their political opponents. It does not necessarily mean that you are evil when you have planted a spy. It is just that some people are better at it than others," he began.
''Even in 2017, Jubilee had a spy right inside the NASA principles. Raila has been in politics for a long time, but he still sees some of these plots when it is too late,'' he said. ''For 2022, the stakes are very high, could be the highest ever in the history of politics. We need loyalists; ODM has too many spies for William Ruto and should be fixed,'' he said.
''Look at the story of Aisha Jumwa from the Coast. She proved to be an insider for William Ruto, something that she had always done. Another one is Mohamed Ali. Look at how it turned out for Raila in Nyali,'' he said.
''It is the broke politicians that become easily confused with money,'' he added. ''There are still many more, encroached, just waiting for the right time to stab him. We have seen Wycliff Oparanya meet up privately with DP Ruto. What is that about?'' he asked.
''These spies believe that the next President of Kenya is William Ruto, and that is the problem; they view Raila as a dictator because of how he runs affairs in the party.'' He concluded.
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