Veteran Political Analyst Fred Sasia, has now allegedly revealed on how ODM Party leader Raila Odinga is crafting on a strategy that will see President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Government kept in check.
In a statement via The Star Kenya on Twitter, Sasia said that the ongoing consultation meetings that Mr Odinga has been making is a plan to whip the country into half to political emotions by reminding them of what the government is yet to accomplish for them with the 100 days fast approaching.
According to Sasia, this is a political strategy by Azimio. He further stated that the August 9th Presidential Elections divided the country into almost half with 6.9 million Kenyans supporting Mr Odinga while 7.1 supported Ruto.
He said that the population who voted for Mr Odinga can cause a political revolution and easily cripple the government's operation should they heed the call of Odinga.
"This is a political strategy and an opposition working formula. The election divided Kenyans right at the centre, 6.9 million Kenyans supported the opposition bigwig. That is a population that can cause a political revolution. It can easily cripple governments operations," read a statement from The Star.
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