Photo Courtesy;Miguna Miguna.
Miguna Miguna has been given one tough choice inorder to take up the mantle and succeed ODM leader Raila Odinga as the Luo Nyanza kingpin.
Abraham Mutai has now told Miguna who landed in the country yesterday that replacing Odinga will not be a walk in the park as it would require that he severe the cordial relationship he now enjoys with President William Ruto.
He has been told that to succeed as the undisputed Luo Nyanza kingpin, then it woul require him to cease from supporting the government of the day and start opposing and criticizing the Ruto led administration.
"I have seen Miguna saying he wants to replace Raila Odinga as Luo Nyanza leader. I will tell him for free. He won't be able to replace Raila while he supports the government. To rise to the stature of a Luo leader, Miguna must oppose and criticize the Government. Tough choices." Mutai said.
See some reactions from Kenyans regarding this matter;
Miguna Miguna had declared that he was ready to succeed Odinga as the undisputed Luo Kingpin.
Yesterday he attended the Mashujaa Day Celebrations and then headed to the statehouse after invitation by the President.
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