Raila And Some of OKA Leaders ( Photo Courtesy)
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga and OKA leaders have been left barefooted after the well-known senior counsel allege this. According to the latest report, OKA leaders and Raila Odinga are focused to inherit the top seat.
For the last few days, the OKA leaders and Raila met with Mount Kenya billionaires for endorsement. However, this turned nasty after the leaders revealed that they have not endorsed anyone.
Amid this move, senior counsel Ahmednasir has emerged with a morning shocker to OKA and Raila when he alleged that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President William Ruto sometimes reads on the same page.
Earlier on, Ahmednasir had posted a video in which President Uhuru Kenyatta was addressing Kenyans on how a bottom-up economy can help to rescue our ailing economy.
Meanwhile, all the political leaders have an equal chance to escalate the top seat. As we approach the next elections, Kenyans are expected to elect leaders who will deal with the current state.
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