Mogotio Member of Parliament Hon Daniel Kamuren Tuitoek has sent a stern Warning to the Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Okeng'o Matiangi over Raila's Presidency.
He has clearly stated that if Matiangi wants to make Raila the President, he must step down from power and work towards Raila's Campaigning team. Tuitoek has said Odinga cannot manage to clinch power because of his blunt Political Strategy. He has urged Matiangi and his group to stop wasting their good time merchandising a 'dead pet of aburn'.
Daniel who is a close Political Associate to DP William Samoei Ruto has stated that the chances of Odinga succeeding are deemed, and the act of Matiangi, Mutahi Kagwe and Karanja Kibicho arranging smokif plan, is an outdated issue.
"Let me tell CS Matiangi and his teammates, who are working in ensuring Raila Odinga becomes the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya. This is a message to them by broad light. Raila Odinga cannot become the Head of State, even you employ all the Government Machinery."
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