As Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party presidntial candidate Rt Hon Raila Amolo Odinga heads to the Supreme Court to contest the win of Ruto in the presidential election, political pundits, lawyers and even normal Kenyans have been split on how the Apex court might pronounce it self on the petition.
Blame game has also been reported in the Azimio camp where it is said Raila Odinga's think tanks are being blamed for flattering him that all was well and that he would win the race yet Mr Odinga ended up losing for the fifth time.
It is at this juncture that UDA seasoned politician who was floored in the Uasin Gichu UDA primaries for the gubernatorial ticket, Hon Caleb Kositany has offered his nuggets of wisdom on how Raila might have lost the presidential race.
Hon Kositany has opined that the Raila-led Azimio coalition lacked a proper organisation in the just concluded election subsequently the witnessed defeat of its presidential candidate.
He has also averd another reason being that the coalition heavily depended on the so called deep state that ultimately failed to deliver for Odinga during the D-day on 9th August.
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