Taking to his social media handles to clarify on who exactly was the problem between the Handshake partners, the lawyer said the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Interior Karanja Kibicho cannot be the problem parse and that ODM members should start facing Mr. Kenyatta with the hard truth because he is Kibicho's boss.
“ODM must be told to stop attack PS KIBICHO. He is doing his job and his BOSS to whom he is ANSWERABLE isn't complaining. More IMPORTANTLY, H.E UHURU TRUSTS him with bbi MONEY,” he wrote.
On Saturday March 6, details emerged that that there were plans by the Deep State to shift focus from Raila to KANU's Gideon Moi who could be their preferred candidate for presidency in 2022.
Senator James Aggrey Orengo was among the first leaders to blame some dark operatives at Harambee House hell-bent on interfering with the 2022 succession politics.
He was quickly supported by ODM longtime blogger Robert Alai who alerted the country on how the Handshake was on the bream of collapse due to early betrayal.
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