Former Prime Minister and Handshake partner to President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga today morning made heart touching remarks concerning the recently ended by elections in various parts of the country particularly in Juja and Bonchari.
Raila Odinga's Remarks comes after ODM clinched the Bonchari Parliamentary By-elections amidst reports of harassment and arrests of members of particular political affiliation by police. Raila Odinga strongly condemned the actions, called for peaceful elections and end to police brutality and political manipulation.
"Might This be signaling the end of the Handshake?" Netizens took to his tweets to comment about the same and cited being played by his Handshake partner, president Uhuru Kenyatta. Below is a section of the comments.
Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential ambitions might be in jeopardy and such actions by the state machinery may be signifying a dwindling Handshake bond.
What do you think of Raila Odinga's place in the political platform in Kenya? Leave a comment below.
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