On Monday, May 15, Azimio Chief Agent Saitabao Ole Kanchory made it clear on his Twitter timeline where he stood on the bipartisan negotiations intended for both the government and the opposition in the 2022 August elections.
"In developed democracies, bipartisanship is a band-aid approach to help the nation through a difficult time. The opposition and the government shouldn't collaborate. It should be up to President William Ruto to prosper or fail on his own terms. Tweeted him.
Why Baba Isn't the Fifth. In the book, he graphically outlined the reasons why Odinga lost the 2022 elections despite receiving overwhelming support and plainly revealed his opinions about his political career.
Saitabao Ole Kanchory is a well-known Azimio rival who actively participated in the campaign and election for Azimio in August 2022. He recently published a book named
Olekanchory implied in his tweet that the opposition was working hard to support President Ruto and that they should halt, sit, and wait to see how his administration would fare.
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