Former Cherengany MP Kipruto Arap Kirwa has revealed to the public the two errors Hon. Raila Odinga, the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party, will regret when he steps down from active political life.
While explaining why he thought Mr. Odinga lost the election on August 9, Mr. Kirwa claimed that Raila had made a serious error by allying himself with Hon. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, which made him (Raila) responsible for all the problems with Uhuru's administration, including the high cost of living.
The Deputy President at the time, Ruto, on the other hand, seized the opportunity to blame Uhuru and Mr. Odinga, his handshake partner, for all the Jubilee's failings.
The second thing he said was that Raila would later regret letting Hon. Uhuru join the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition, knowing full well that the public would not support Uhuru after ten years of reigning as the nation's head of state.
It was quite difficult for Azimio, in his own words, to persuade Kenyans of their capacity to effect change.
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