Political Analyst Herman Manyora has warned ODM leader Raila Odinga against settling on Kanu's Chairman Gideon Moi as his running mate, owing to the recent endorsement by the Kanu delegates in a function that took place at the Bomas of Kenya.
Through his you Tube Channel on Wednesday, Manyora argued that a Raila and Gideon Moi ticket is a breakfast for Deputy President William Ruto.
"It will not work if Raila makes Gideon his running mate. You will spoil and the game since it is like telling Kenyans 'you are fools' here our arrangement,. It is best if Raila chooses someone else and puts Gideon besides him, so that at the right time, you bring him. And according to me, this right time is in 2022 if Raila becomes president," said Manyora.
The University of Nairobi lecturer alleged that after 2022, in Raila's presidency it will not take more than six months before the BBI is brought back with a likely more powerful Prime Minister position and other positions whereby the Baringo Senator will be assigned one of them.
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