The vocal former state house employee and deputy president William Ruto top ally, Dennis Itumbi has found himself in hot soup after going public through his Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) to allege of a wider scheme to weaken Raila's presidential bid.
According to Dennis Itumbi, the newly formed Ubuntu People's Forum Party by the Nakuru county governor Lee Kinyanjui with a promise of assisting Raila in 2022 is part of the wider scheme to weaken his presidential bid.
"The support extended to Raila is a smokescreen and part of the wider scheme to mislead and weaken Raila Odinga," Itumbi alleged.
Kenyans were never impressed by his allegations with majority asking him why the scheme to weaken Raila is bothering him so much than Raila himself, yet he should be celebrating since Raila is their political opponent.
"Why would you sympathise with a weakening opponent? I mean if truly Raila is being weakened, why do you seem worried?" Damaris Mutula.
"If truly Raila is being weakened, that could be your greatest joy. You could have not shared," Nick Gideon.
"So how can you weaken an already weak candidate as you purpot?" Ken Wuod Anyango.
"Raila has no problem with those forming political parties, that is why he championed for multiparty democracy," Agawo Brian.
"Why would someone be sympathetic of their opponents weakness? I think a weakened Raila is a merit on your side. Why are you bothered? It defies logic," David Magnanimity.
"They have weakened Raila for so long, even going to an extent of donating campaign vehicles to weaken him completely. We will vote for Raila to ensure he becomes very weak," Edwin Njuguna.
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