Patrick Otieno Lumumba is one of the prominent lawyers in the country. He is among international political analyst advisors. He served in Kenya as the Director of Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission in 2010 and contributed to the drafting of the constitution of Kenya.
Photo : (Courtesy)Professor Patrick Otieno Lumumba, Lawyer and Former Director of EACC.
Today, he took to his Twitter account to react on the Azimio Rallies scheduled for 7th and 12th December 2022. He asked President William Ruto, Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki and Azimio allies to advice Raila to think deeply before launching his 'consultations' on 7th December 2022.
Photo : (Courtesy) PLO Lumumba.
He further said, "history has taught us that well wishers of last resort are never to be used at the outset unless the intention is merely to disrupt and annoy without more". https://twitter.com/ProfPLOLumumba/status/1599456553660129280?t=tCkUdSxKuhnNoWxAupa5wg&s=19
Photo : (Courtesy) Patrick Otieno Lumumba famously called PLO Lumumba.
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